Bariatric Surgery: Psychosocial Assessment and Treatment by James E. Mitchell, Martina de Zwaan

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By James E. Mitchell, Martina de Zwaan

This publication offers psychological healthiness execs with a simple assessment of the kinds of methods curious about bariatric surgical procedure and the categorical mental affects such operations could have on their sufferers. It also serves as a helpful source to surgeons, nurses, medical professionals, and aid employees who're focused on the scientific therapy of weight problems, yet who could have little history within the psychosocial implications in their paintings. An accompanying questionnaire is offered at

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