Trauma and Eating Disorders

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Clinical Presentations
Eating Disorders as Communication Eating Disorders as Means of Gaining Control Eating Disorders as Trauma Reenactment Eating Disorders as Substitute for Intimacy Features of Binge Eating, Bulimia, and Anorexia Dissociation…
Treatment Issues
Topics Finding the Functions of the Eating Disorder Establishing Safety Increasing Trust Developing Mindfulness Stabilization Strategies Replacing the Eating Disorder Habit

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Clinical Presentations
Part of the Series: Trauma and Eating Disorders
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Trauma and Substance Abuse
"One patient who I talked to said that she had to lie to be able to get adequate treatment for both disorders. She was told when she went to a PTSD treatment program that she couldn't have substance abuse or she wouldn't be able to get treatment-she had to be…
Treatment Issues
Part of the Series: Trauma and Eating Disorders
Topics Finding the Functions of the Eating Disorder Establishing Safety Increasing Trust Developing Mindfulness Stabilization Strategies Replacing the Eating Disorder Habit
Families and Eating Disorders
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Recovering - Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
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The ACE Study II: Healthcare Implications
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