Norman Doidge, MD; Jeffrey DeSarbo, DO; Don Hebert, ThD, LMFT; Ed Hamlin, PhD
How the eating disorder brain function is studied and compared.
Current brian-based research into anorexia and bulimia nervosa.
Recent neuroscience research findings and discoveries with eating disorders.
A review of scientific studies on the neurobiological aspects of eating disorders.
The brain and body dysmorphia, perception and distress.
Misconceptions explained by brain research.
How to utilize neuroscience research in the psychotherapeutic setting.
Understanding the importance of brain plasticity.
Combining depth-psychology with insights in neuroplasticity.
Understanding the relationship between the two brain hemispheres.
How the brain can change and heal itself.
Documenting brain changes before and after intensive psychotherapy.
Case examples given to clarify research findings.