Eating difficulties in childhood and adolescence are one of the most common causes of concern to parents. In the last few years there has been increasing awareness of such problems, and some evidence that they are becoming more frequent. This book is designed to help all parents who have anxieties about their children's eating. It presents an overview of the eating problems and disorders of childhood and adolescence, discussing what is known of their cause, and describing their manifestation, course and outcome. Although designed primarily for parents, the book may also be of value to anyone who has contact with such children and their problems.
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"This book fills a gap in the books available on eating disorders in that it addresses a wide range of potential eating disorders in young people... This is a reassuring book without negating the seriousness of an eating disorder and is written as though sharing knowledge with equal partners in the process of helping a child" - Signpost, March 2005About the Author:
Rachel Bryant-Waugh is Consultant Clinical Psychologist and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Southampton.
Bryan Lask is Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at St. George's Hospital Medical School and Medical Advisor to the Huntercombe Hospitals, UK.
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