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Psychologist and Clinical Director of the Eating Disorders Program

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Long road back from anorexia

seattlepi.nwsource.com [cached]

"When we were setting up this new inpatient program, we really wanted to be cutting edge," said Rose Calderon, a psychologist and clinical director of the Eating Disorders Program at Children's, which admits 35 to 50 patients every year."They have another voice in their head," Calderon said.Although the Maudsley method was designed to work outside the hospital, starving children need to be medically stable before parents can safely take over their care, Calderon said.Eventually, she wants to do a study tracking patients' progress after they return home.


NurseWeek: Headlines

www.nursingexcellence.com [cached]

"When we were setting up this new inpatient program, we really wanted to be cutting edge," said Rose Calderon, a psychologist and clinical director of the Eating Disorders Program at Children's, which admits 35 to 50 patients every year."They have another voice in their head," Calderon said.Although the Maudsley method was designed to work outside the hospital, starving children need to be medically stable before parents can safely take over their care, Calderon said. Eventually, she wants to do a study tracking patients' progress after they return home. "When we were setting up this new inpatient program, we really wanted to be cutting edge," said Rose Calderon, a psychologist and clinical director of the Eating Disorders Program at Children's, which admits 35 to 50 patients every year."They have another voice in their head," Calderon said.Although the Maudsley method was designed to work outside the hospital, starving children need to be medically stable before parents can safely take over their care, Calderon said. Eventually, she wants to do a study tracking patients' progress after they return home.


Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Care Team | Seattle Children's Hospital

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Rose Calderon, PhD


Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Care Team | Seattle Children's Hospital

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Rose Calderon, PhDÂ


www.eatingwithyouranorexic.com

(Director, Dr. Rose Calderon, describes the program at Seattle Children's as "a very parent inclusive approach."Calderon says "We have adapted the Maudsley approach so that by the end of treatment, parents are skilled and prepared to take over the supervision, support, and structure of meals and after meal supervision with their teen."Treats children 12-18 with inpatient and outpatient care.)


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