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Psychosocial assessment and treatment of bariatric surgery patients / James Mitchell and Martina de Zwaan, editors.
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New York : Routledge, c2012.
description
xi, 273 p.
ISBN
0415892198 (hardback : alk. paper), 9780415892193 (hardback : alk. paper)
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imprint
New York : Routledge, c2012.
isbn
0415892198 (hardback : alk. paper)
9780415892193 (hardback : alk. paper)
abstract
"With contributions from worldwide leaders in the field of bariatric surgery, Psychosocial Assessment and Treatment of Bariatric Surgery Patients provides an up-to-date source of information regarding psychosocial issues in the assessment and treatment of bariatric surgery patients. It is comprehensive in scope and includes background information about bariatric surgery procedures, assessment of candidates (both by clinical interview and the use of structured interviews and self-report), a review of psychosocial and eating problems that occur pre- and post-operatively, and a review of both nutritional issues and exercise issues for evaluators and treatment providers. Unique chapters include a chapter on psychopharmacological agents and a chapter on assessment of special issues in adolescents, who increasingly are the target of bariatric surgery procedures. By the end of the book, readers will know how to evaluate and prepare patients for surgery and how to treat them after"--Provided by publisher.
catalogue key
8178852
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
James E. Mitchell, MD, is the NRI/Lee A, Christoferson MD Professor and Chairman of the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. He is also President and Scientific Director of the Neuropsychiatry Research Institute. Martina de Zwaan, MD, Is Professor and Head of the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy at the Hannover Medical School (MHH), Germany.
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SThis is a timely and unusually comprehensive volume. Previously under-described domains are meticulously reviewed and chapters provide state-of-the-art information for researchers and clinicians. This book is the reference for bariatric psychology and psychiatry. - Leslie J. Heinberg, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medici≠ Director, Behavioral Services, Bariatric & Metabolic Institute, Cleveland Clinic, USA SMitchell and de Zwaan have compiled a practical and clear reference book. It has comprehensive pre- and post-surgical information for long-term success with bariatric surgery. Every professional working with bariatric surgery patients should read this book. - Kelli E. Friedman, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Duke Center for Metabolic and Weight Loss Surgery, North Carolina, USA SThoughtfully edited by two of the world "s most recognized authorities on the psychiatric aspects of eating behavior, this book is a valuable resource for professionals who work with persons who suffer with extreme obesity. - David B. Sarwer, PhD, Associate Professor, Psychology, Director of Clinical Services, Center for Weight and Eating Disorders, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, USA
"This is a timely and unusually comprehensive volume. Previously under-described domains are meticulously reviewed and chapters provide state-of-the-art information for researchers and clinicians. This book is the reference for bariatric psychology and psychiatry." -Leslie J. Heinberg, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Ohio, USA "Mitchell and de Zwaan have compiled a practical and clear reference book. It has comprehensive pre- and post-surgical information for long-term success with bariatric surgery. Every professional working with bariatric surgery patients should read this book." -Kelli E. Friedman, Duke Center for Metabolic and Weight Loss Surgery, North Carolina, USA "Thoughtfully edited by two of the world's most recognized authorities on the psychiatric aspects of eating behavior, this book is a valuable resource for professionals who work with persons who suffer with extreme obesity." - David B. Sarwer, University of Pennsylvania, USA
This is a timely and unusually comprehensive volume. Previously under-described domains are meticulously reviewed and chapters provide state-of-the-art information for researchers and clinicians. This book is the reference for bariatric psychology and psychiatry.- Leslie J. Heinberg, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Ohio, USA Mitchell and de Zwaan have compiled a practical and clear reference book. It has comprehensive pre- and post-surgical information for long-term success with bariatric surgery. Every professional working with bariatric surgery patients should read this book.- Kelli E. Friedman, Duke Center for Metabolic and Weight Loss Surgery, North Carolina, USA Thoughtfully edited by two of the world's most recognized authorities on the psychiatric aspects of eating behavior, this book is a valuable resource for professionals who work with persons who suffer with extreme obesity.- David B. Sarwer, University of Pennsylvania, USA
This is a timely and unusually comprehensive volume. Previously under-described domains are meticulously reviewed and chapters provide state-of-the-art information for researchers and clinicians. This book is the reference for bariatric psychology and psychiatry.- Leslie J. Heinberg, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medici≠ Director, Behavioral Services, Bariatric & Metabolic Institute, Cleveland Clinic, USA Mitchell and de Zwaan have compiled a practical and clear reference book. It has comprehensive pre- and post-surgical information for long-term success with bariatric surgery. Every professional working with bariatric surgery patients should read this book.- Kelli E. Friedman, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Duke Center for Metabolic and Weight Loss Surgery, North Carolina, USA Thoughtfully edited by two of the world's most recognized authorities on the psychiatric aspects of eating behavior, this book is a valuable resource for professionals who work with persons who suffer with extreme obesity.- David B. Sarwer, PhD, Associate Professor, Psychology, Director of Clinical Services, Center for Weight and Eating Disorders, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, USA
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Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
Bariatric surgery plays an important role in the treatment of obesity; in this comprehensive resource the worldwide leaders of the field provide up-to-date information on the psychosocial issues that affect their patients.
Library of Congress Summary
"With contributions from worldwide leaders in the field of bariatric surgery, Psychosocial Assessment and Treatment of Bariatric Surgery Patients provides an up-to-date source of information regarding psychosocial issues in the assessment and treatment of bariatric surgery patients. It is comprehensive in scope and includes background information about bariatric surgery procedures, assessment of candidates (both by clinical interview and the use of structured interviews and self-report), a review of psychosocial and eating problems that occur pre- and post-operatively, and a review of both nutritional issues and exercise issues for evaluators and treatment providers. Unique chapters include a chapter on psychopharmacological agents and a chapter on assessment of special issues in adolescents, who increasingly are the target of bariatric surgery procedures. By the end of the book, readers will know how to evaluate and prepare patients for surgery and how to treat them after"--Provided by publisher.
Main Description
Bariatric surgery plays an important role in the treatment of obesity; in this comprehensive resource the worldwide leaders of the field provide the most up-to-date information on the psychosocial issues that affect their patients. Included is an overview and history of surgical procedures, complete with illustrations, practical advice on topics such as physical activity and nutritional care after surgery, and essential information that allows clinicians to assist their clients as much as possible; for example, how pre-weight loss surgery psychosocial evaluations can serve as clinical interventions in their own right, and how structured interviews and questionnaires can be used in multiple contexts such as screening, treatment planning, and prognostic assessment. A distinctive chapter includes an overview of the special issues present in treating adolescents, who increasingly are the target of bariatric surgery procedures. This book is an essential reference for clinicians from the evaluation through the follow-up and aftercare of bariatric surgery patients.
Main Description
With contributions from worldwide leaders in the field of bariatric surgery, Psychosocial Assessment and Treatment of Bariatric Surgery Patientsprovides an up-to-date source of information regarding psychosocial issues in the assessment and treatment of bariatric surgery patients. It is comprehensive in scope and includes background information about bariatric surgery procedures, assessment of candidates (both by clinical interview and the use of structured interviews and self-report), a review of psychosocial and eating problems that occur pre- and post-operatively, and a review of both nutritional issues and exercise issues for evaluators and treatment providers. Unique chapters include a chapter on psychopharmacological agents and a chapter on assessment of special issues in adolescents, who increasingly are the target of bariatric surgery procedures. By the end of the book, readers will know how to evaluate and prepare patients for surgery and how to treat them after.
Table of Contents
Editorsp. vii
Contributorsp. ix
Overview of Bariatric Surgery Proceduresp. 1
Assessment of Bariatric Surgery Candidates: The Clinical Interviewp. 15
Assessment of Bariatric Surgery Candidates: Structured Interviews and Self-Report Measuresp. 37 CAROL B.
Psychosocial Problems and Psychiatric Disorders Pre- and Postbariatric Surgeryp. 61
Eating Disorders and Eating Problems Pre- and Postbariatric Surgeryp. 87
Cognitive Dysfunction in Obesity: Implications for Bariatric Surgery Patientsp. 99
Psychopharmacology Pre- and Postbariatric Surgeryp. 115
Physical Activity Pre- and Postbariatric Surgeryp. 131
Nutritional Care of the Bariatric Surgery Patientp. 159
Special Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescent Bariatric Surgery Patientsp. 185
Body Image and Body Contouring in Bariatric Surgery Patientsp. 199
Section 1: Preoperative Lifestyle Interventionp. 209
Group Preparation for Bariatric Surgeryp. 221
Next Step-A Bariatric Psychological Aftercare Programp. 231
The BaSE Program-A Videoconferencing-Based Aftercarep. 241
Postsurgery Psychotherapyp. 250
Bariatric Aftercarep. 260
Indexp. 267
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