- About the Authors
- 1 Eating Disorders
- 2 Overview of Exposure Therapy
- 3 Why Do People Get Better With Exposure Therapy?
- 4 Why Exposure for Eating Disorders?
- 5 How Well Does Exposure Therapy Work for Eating Disorders?
- 6 Functional Assessment of Eating Disorders and Their Maintenance
- 7 Explaining Exposure Therapy to Your Patients
- 8 Planning Exposure Therapy With Your Patients
- 9 Embarking on Exposure
- Part 3 Applying Exposure to Different Eating Disorder Problem Areas
- 10 Exposure to Food and Eating
- 11 Cue Exposure for Binge Eating
- 12 Weighing and Weight Exposure
- 13 Body Image Exposure
- 14 Emotion-Focused and Interpersonal Exposure
- 15 Novel Ways to Use Exposure for Eating Disorders
- Part 4 Important Considerations in the Delivery of Exposure
- 16 When to Use Cognitive Therapy Techniques to Enhance the Effects of Exposure
- 17 Involving Friends, Family, and Other Loved Ones
- 18 Addressing the Impact of Different Settings and Institutional Resistance
- 19 Dealing With Clinicians’ Fears About Using Exposure
- 20 Final Summary
- Appendix Exposure Therapy: How It Can Help You With Your Eating Disorder
(p. xi) Preface: Exposure Therapy as a Key Evidence-Based Treatment Strategy for Eating Disorders
Carolyn Black Becker
, Nicholas R. Farrell
, and Glenn Waller
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