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Dr. Judith Brisman was the Founding Director of the Eating Disorder Resource Center for over 35 years. She is coauthor of Surviving an Eating Disorder: Strategies for Family and Friends (Harper Collins,2021, 4th Edition), is on the editorial boards of the journals Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Eating Disorders. She is a member of the teaching faculty at the William Alanson White Institute and she maintains a private practice in New York City.
Dr. Brisman is known internationally as among the first in her field to develop a treatment program for bulimic patients. She has published and lectured extensively regarding the interpersonal treatment of eating disorders.
We discuss topics including:
- Patterns of how people interact
- Mistakes that are often made when working with families in the first edition of her book
- The relationship model
- The parents job is making it real
- Parents watching “body talk”
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