About the Author.
Chapter 1: Establishing a Home-oriented Service.
Chapter 2: Staff.
Chapter 3: Initial Outpatient Assessment.
Chapter 4: Physical Assessment and Monitoring.
Chapter 5: Psychological Interventions.
Chapter 6: Day Care.
Chapter 7: Liaison and Outreach.
Chapter 8: Inpatient Care.
Chapter 9: Rehabilitation: Dealing with SEED.
Chapter 10: Technical and Academic Aspects.
""Although this fine book was published in 2006, it somehow slipped under my radar screen and I didn't come across it until recently. What's offered here is so unusual, practical, and potentially helpful to clinicians and administrators working in and/or wishing to develop eating disorders systems of care that I wanted to bring it to readers' attention in spite of the fact that it is now several years old. This is not outdated information...Program directors, program coordinators, and health-care administrators involved with providing services for eating disorders patients will all want to see this book. It will give them a chance to contrast and compare what they're doing with what's outlined here, and so that they might re-envision what might be achievable locally."" (Eating Disorders Review, January/February 2009)