The ideal quick-reference guide for the myriad surgical conditions that trainees and consultants in upper gastrointestinal surgery will face, containing a wealth of evidence-based expert advice as well as practical, highly-illustrated coverage of operative techniques.
In the 4th edition of this comprehensive book, Bryan Lask and Rachel Bryant-Waugh build on the research and expertise of the previous three editions. First published in 1993, this was the first book to explore eating disorders in children and young adolescents, a population that is very different from those in their late teens and adulthood.
Now revised and updated, this widely used text comprehensively reviews theories of addiction to give students and professionals a multidisciplinary foundation for clinical practice. It explores the causes and mechanisms of substance and behavioral addictions, as well as implications for helping people recover.
This state-of-the-art guide provides a powerful transdiagnostic approach for treating adolescent eating disorders in either outpatient or inpatient settings. It describes how enhanced cognitive behavior therapy (CBT-E)--the gold-standard treatment for adult eating disorders--has been systematically adapted and tested with younger patients.
Addiction Debates explores the tumultuous landscape of addiction research, policy and practice. Covering all the 'hot topics' of the day in a balanced and informative manner, Comiskey provides international perspectives on each topic, stimulating debate and discussion via the different approaches taken globally.
Describes a novel model of intensive treatment for eating disorders, one that is entirely cognitive behavioural in orientation. This book explains how to adapt the CBT-E for an intensive real world settings (intensive outpatient therapy and inpatient treatment) and for severe eating disorder patients.