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Book Notice

Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD
  
PTCNY member Mary Anne Cohen's latest book, Treating the Eating Disorder Self, is now available on Amazon.

In addition, NASW Press is offering a "Summer Social Work Resources" discount of 20% through July 15. This discount will automatically be applied to the order just prior to the final credit card charge: http://www.naswpress.org/publications/profession/treating-eating-disorder-self.html

You can also read the first chapter for free, When Trusting Food is Safer than Trusting People: http://www.naswpress.org/publications/profession/inside/Sample_Chapter.pdf

Here are some early reviews:

"A sophisticated and heartfelt book for every psychotherapist who treats clients with eating problems or wants to learn more about this field. Not just for social workers! Mary Anne presents an in-depth understanding of the psychodynamics of eating disorders and a comprehensive treatment approach informed by psychoanalytic concepts such as attachment theory, transference and countertransference as well as exploring gender and multicultural issues in the field of eating disorders."
Valerie Frankfeldt, PhD
Faculty, Training, and Supervising Psychoanalyst,
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center

"Mary Anne is a great resource to us all, both experienced clinicians and those entering the field. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge, weaving clinical case examples and her own personal history. She brings 'life' to the book and keeps readers engaged. What I appreciate most is Mary Anne's emphasis on helping the reader develop a rich understanding of their patient, not just a focus on behavioral intervention."
Ann Saffi Biasetti, PhD. LCSWR
Psychotherapist and Author, Befriending Your Body: A Self-Compassionate Approach to Freeing Yourself from Disordered Eating

Excerpt from Richard Joelson, PhD in the upcoming The NYSSCSW Clinician: "Her openness and excellent use of her own clinical experiences is invaluable and as such offers a high degree of authenticity. It is truly a mini-encyclopedia that helps the reader understand different approaches to different eating disorders as well as customized applications for different clients."



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