Table of Contents
- Foreword: Michael Levine, Ph.D.
- Overview: Defining Our Terms - Trauma Re-defined and a Phase
Model of Trauma- informed Treatment - Andrew Seubert, LMHC,
- SECTION I: Overview and Recognizing the Territory
- Chapter 1: The Many Faces of Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa
(AN), Bulimia Nervosa (BN), Binge Eating Disorder (BED), Other
Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED), Bulimarexia, and
Orthorexia Maria Zaccagnino, Ph.D., Martina Cussino, Ph.D., Chiara
Callerame, Ph.D., & Cristina Civilotti, Ph.D.
- Chapter 2: Trauma and Eating Disorders: A Literature Review
Johan Vanderlinden, Ph.D. & Gianluca Palmisano, Ph.D.
- SECTION II: Trauma Treatment in Eating Disorders: A Complex
- Chapter 3: Recognizing the Territory: The interaction of
trauma, attachment injury and dissociation in treating eating
disorders Holly Finlay, LPCC, CEDS, CSP, F.IAEDP
- Chapter 4: The Centrality of Presence and the Therapeutic
Relationship in Eating Disorders Carolyn Costin, MEd., MFT, CEDS,
- SECTION III: Brain, Body and Eating Disorders
- Chapter 5: The Neurobiology of Trauma and Eating Disorders
Rayane Chami, MSc, MBPsS & Janet Treasure, Ph.D.
- Chapter 6: What Doctors, Dietitians and Nutritionists Need to
Know E. Tyson, M.D. & Carolyn Hodges-Chaffee, MS, RDN, CEDRD
- SECTION IV: The Phase Model - Phases I and II
- Introduction Chapter 7: Phase 1: Assessment/Evaluation - A
Roadmap Through the Maze Pam Virdi, MEd, RMN, CPN & Jackie
Nicholls, DClin Psy.
- Chapter 8: Phase II: Preparation Andrew Seubert, LMHC, NCC
- Chapter 9: Dance and Movement Therapy in the Treatment of
Eating Disorders Susan Kleinman, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, CEDS
- Chapter 10: The Courage to Feel - Eating Disorders and the Case
for Emotions Andrew Seubert, LMHC, NCC
- Chapter 11: Neurofeedback and the Eating Disorder Brain Amelia
- SECTION V: Approaches to Trauma Processing and Eating Disorders
- Phase III
- Chapter 12: Interpersonal/ Relational Psychodynamic Treatment
of Eating Disorders Jean Petrucelli, Ph.D.
- Chapter 13: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
(EMDR) DaLene Forester, Ph.D.
- Chapter 14: Trauma-focused CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
Irene Rovira, Ph.D.
- Chapter 15: Ego State/Parts Work in the Treatment of Eating
Disorders Andrew Seubert, LMHC, NCC and Robin Shapiro, LICSW
- Chapter 16: IFS (Internal Family Systems) and Eating Disorders:
The Healing Power of Self-Energy Jeanne Catanzaro, Ph.D., Katie
Thompson, LPC, NCC, CEDS, Elizabeth Doyne, Ph.D.
- Chapter 17: Structural Dissociation in the Treatment of Trauma
and Eating Disorders Kathleen Martin, LCSW
- Chapter 18: Second Helpings: AEDP (Accelerated Experiential
Dynamic Psychotherapy) in the Treatment of Trauma and Eating
Disorders Natasha Prenn, LCSW & Jessica Slatus, LCSW
- Chapter 19: Eating Disorders and Hypnosis G. Trevor Hadfield,
MB, BS, AKC, MRCS, LRCP, MFFP, DRCOG, DCH, Adv Dip Clin.Hypn.
- Chapter 20: Energy Psychology in the Treatment of Eating
Disorders Phil Mollon, Ph.D.
- Chapter 21: Somatic Experiencing (R): The Body As the Missing
Link in Eating Disorder Treatment Paula Scatoloni
- Chapter 22: Boats and Sharks: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
Approach to the Treatment of Eating Disorders, and Trauma Rachel
- Chapter 23: Art Therapy: Images of Recovery Deborah Good, Ph.D.
& Cyd Davis-Huber, LMHC
- SECTION VI: Phase IV - Relapse Prevention, Re-evaluation, and
- Chapter 24: Recovery and Beyond: Dealing with triggers and
setbacks Marnie Davis, LMHC, CEDS and Joslyn P. Smith
- Chapter 25: Trauma-informed Approaches to Body Image
Disturbance: A historical review for a holistic future Madeline
- Chapter 26: Finding Self Again: The Dismantling of Eating
Disorder and Trauma Identity Michael Berrett, Ph.D., Sabree A.
Crowton, & P. Scott Richards
About the Author
Andrew Seubert, LMHC , NCC, is the co-founder of
ClearPath Healing Arts Center in Corning and Burdett, N.Y. A
licensed psychotherapist for 35 years, he has an extensive
background in Existential-Gestalt Therapy and in music therapy, and
provides EMDR consultation and training for clinicians. Andrew
specializes in working with trauma, posttraumatic stress, eating
disorders and the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy. A
passionate and engaging international presenter and workshop
facilitator, Andrew and his wife, Barbara, have co-parented a
blended family of five and live presently on Seneca Lake, N.Y.
By far the most comprehensive and practical text on treating Eating
Disorders that I have ever seen. Covers many therapy approaches in
useful detail. A must have book for ED therapists.--Graham Taylor,
President "EMDR Association of Australia"
Specializing in both trauma and disordered eating, I purchased
Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders as soon as it was
released, and I have not stopped recommending it to other
clinicians. This book offers a comprehensive, evidence-based,
multi-faceted perspective to the etiology, neurobiology, cultural
factors, and treatment of disordered eating. Trauma-informed
clinicians who work with disordered eating at any level will want
this on their shelves for years to come!--Laura Kucharski, MA,
LMFT, LPC "EMDR Association of Australia"
For those of us treating or experiencing eating disorders, the gap
between research and practice has been a deep dark hole, into which
many "cases" have fallen. When trauma - be it relational,
emotional, physical, or sexual - is added to the history, this gap
is deeper and more daunting than most of us are prepared for,
regardless of the breadth of our clinical experience and training,
our dedication, and our desire to help our patients. The fields of
eating disorders and trauma have desperately needed a book like
Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders, edited by Andrew
Seubert and Pam Virdi. In this volume of 26 chapters by 40 experts
versed in trauma and eating disorders, they have created a treasure
chest for anyone in the trenches of the combination of these
disorders. After explaining the complexity of eating disorders,
their intersection with trauma and attachment issues, chapters
explain the neurobiology of both conditions, as well as providing
information and a clinical framework for medical and nutritional
personnel to guide their understanding and interventions. The
ensuing chapters provide in depth descriptions of the most recent
cutting-edge treatment approaches to complex eating disorders and
trauma, including the most up to date research associated with
these. The final section examines relapse prevention, approaches to
body image, and the importance of spirituality in the ongoing
recovery process. If I were in charge of the training of eating
disorder and trauma professionals, this exhaustive, thought
provoking volume would be mandated reading.--Margo Maine, PhD,