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Title Treating black women with eating disorders : a clinician's guide / edited by Charlynn Small and Mazella Fuller.
Imprint New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021.
©2021

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Description 1 online resource (xv, 218 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Bio/Hist Note Charlynn Small, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist at the University of Richmond in Virginia. She received her PhD at Howard University and is an advocate for eating disorders awareness. Mazella Fuller, PhD, is a psychiatric social worker at Duke University. She attended Smith College for social work in Northampton, Massachusetts and completed her clinical training at UMASS Amherst.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on August 24, 2020).
Subject Eating disorders in women -- Patients -- United States.
African American women -- Health and hygiene.
Feeding and Eating Disorders -- ethnology.
Feeding and Eating Disorders -- therapy.
African Continental Ancestry Group.
Women's Health.
Contents Cultural Competence and Humility / Charlynn Small -- Black Women "Showing Up" for Therapeutic Healing / Mazella Fuller -- A Gap in the Research : Race-Specific Issues and Difficult Questions / Eulena Jonsson -- Bulimia : An Attempt to Solve Insoluble Problems / Jennifer Ashby-Bullock -- Social Desirability, Social Networking Sites, and Eating Disorders among African American Women / Chantelle Bernard -- The Skin I'm In : Stereotypes and Body Image Development in Women of Color / Warrenetta Crawford Mann -- Father Hunger? Engaging Fathers in the Eating Disorder Recovery Process : A Developing Country's Perspective / Caryl James Bateman and Abigail Harrison -- An Integrative Approach to Understanding and Treating Disordered Eating in African American Women / Carolyn Coker-Ross -- Treating Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome in Black Women with Eating Disorders / Sasha Ottey -- Psychiatric Medications and the Treatment of Eating Disorders in African American Women / Rashida Gray -- Cultural Competence : Considerations in the Treatment of African American Women with Eating Disorders / Goulda Downer
Only a Dog Wants a Bone! The Other End of the Eating Spectrum : Overweight and Obesity / Dawn McMillan -- The Presence of Black Women in Eating Disorders Treatment Facilities / Kena Watson -- The Weight of Shame : Black Women's Struggle with Binge Eating Disorder / Paula Edwards-Gayfield -- Food as a Drug : Mental Problem, Spiritual Solution / Joyce Woodson -- Creative Training Approaches for Clinicians-in-Training Working with African American Women with Eating Disorders / Jacqueline Conley -- Disordered Eating Habits of a Black Deaf Adolescent Female : A Case Study Applying a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Approach to School Psychological Services / Erica Payne -- Food for Thought, Mind, and Body : Exploring Embodiment Techniques for Black Queer Women / Anisha Cooper -- Multidisciplinary Treatment Teams as Best Practice for Treating Eating Disorders and Body Image for College Students : Who Should Be at the Table? / Mary Churchill -- Evolution of the Fluffy Ideal in Jamaica / Venecia Pearce-Dunbar and Caryl James Bateman.
Summary "The first of its kind, this edited volume provides in-depth, culturally sensitive material intended for addressing the unique concerns of black women with eating disorders in addition to comprehensive discussions and treatment guidelines for this population. The contributing authors - all of whom are black professionals providing direct care to black women - offer a range of perspectives to help readers understand the whole experience of their black female clients. This includes not only discussion of their clients' physical health but also of their emotional lives and the ways in which the stresses of racism, discrimination, trauma, and adverse childhood experiences can contribute to disordered eating. Through a wealth of diverse voices and stories, chapters boldly tackle issues such as stereotypes and acculturative stress. Clinicians of any race will gain new tools for assessing, diagnosing, and treating disordered eating in black women and will be empowered to provide better care for their clients"-- Provided by publisher.
Other Author Small, Charlynn, editor.
Fuller, Mazella, editor.
Other Title Print version: Treating black women with eating disorders New York, NY : Routledge, 2020. 9780367820657