Anti-Anorexia/Bulimia: A Polemics Of Life And Death

 Anti-Anorexia/Bulimia: A Polemics Of Life And Death David Epston and Rick Maisel  From Malson, H. and Burns, M.(2009), Critical Feminist Approaches to Eating Dis/orders, London, Routledge Click HERE for the full page article Introduction The following is excerpted from a document sent by Kristen to her therapist and, subsequently, to David Epston. We include it

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Cracks – unsuffering myself and my daughter: a conversation with antianorexia/ bulimia

Cracks – unsuffering myself and my daughter: a conversation with antianorexia/ bulimia Julie King and David Epston Context October 2009 9 Click HERE for the full page article Introduction For many years I battled anorexia/bulimia (a/b); undiagnosed and mostly unsupported. It began in the later years of my primary schooling between the ages of nine

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Anti-Anorexic and Anti-Bulimic Co-Research in Action: Upping the Anti and Planned Retreats

Anti-Anorexic and Anti-Bulimic Co-Research in Action: Upping the anti, and Planned Retreats LORAINE GRIEVES, DAVID EPSTON, EVA, RHONDA AND REBECCA   Click HERE for the full page article 12th April, 2001 LETTER 1.   Dear David, I wanted to let you know that I have read the transcript of your conversations with Rebecca – actually more

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The History of the Archives of Resistance: Anti-Anorexia/Anti-Bulimia

The History of the Archives of Resistance: Anti-anorexia/ Anti-bulimia DAVID EPSTON   Click HERE for the full page article The website has been compiled from the moral imperative to make the ‘archives’ available. An archive “is a place where public records are held” (Concise Oxford Dictionary) and until now, these documents have been stored in

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Listen to Our Stories: Young Women with Anorexia Nervosa Speak Out about Hospital Experiences

Listen to Our Stories: Young Women with Anorexia Nervosa Speak Out about Hospital Experiences A Dissertation By Jacqueline Segal   Click HERE for the full page article   ABSTRACT This thesis explores the personal experiences of young women with Anorexia Nervosa (AN) who have been hospitalised in eating disorders units (EDUs). The narratives of seven

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