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Beth Hartman McGilley, PhD, FAED, CEDS
Address:
10500 E Berkeley Square Parkway
Suite 103
Wichita , KS  67206
United States
Location: Wichita, KS
Phone: 316-630-9444
Cell: 316-461-6100
Fax: 316-636-4522
Email: bmcgilley@psychology.kscoxmail.com

Occupation: Psychologist
Organization/Business Name: P.A.T.H. Clinic, LLC
Area(s) of Expertise: Athletics/Fitness, Education/Teaching, Mental Health/Psychology

Description: I was introduced years ago to the HAES perspective through writing and presentations by leaders in the field such as Deb Burgard, Carmen Cool and Linda Bacon. I wholly embrace this perspective in my work and in my training/supervision of other ED specialists. I try to keep abreast of HAES related activities and advances through continued education, membership in ASDAH and various HAES-centric listservs. I'm continuously learning how to make my office space, my outreach efforts and my practice style congruent with HAES informed principles.
 
Workshops Offered: Available to speak on topics related to disordered eating, eating disorders, body image, impaired athletes, HAES, recovered therapists, ED recovery, self disclosure, therapeutic impasses and grief.

Presentations: Available to speak on topics related to disordered eating, eating disorders, body image, impaired athletes, HAES, recovered therapists, ED recovery, self disclosure, therapeutic impasses and grief.

Books Written: Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research/Practice Gap co-edited with Margo Maine and Doug Bunnell

Articles Written: Holmes, D.S., McGilley, B.M. & Houston, B.K. (1984). Task related arousal of Type A and Type B persons: Level of challenge and response specificity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 46, p. 1322-1327. Holmes, D.S. & McGilley, B.M. (1987). Influence of a brief aerobic training program on heart rate and subjective response to stress. Psychosomatic Medicine, 49, p. 366-37 McGilley, B.M. & Holmes, D.S. (1988). Aerobic Fitness and response to psychological stress. Journal of Research in Personality, 22, p. 129-139. Pryor, T.L., McGilley, B.M. & Roach, N. (1990). Psychopharmacology and Eating Disorders. Dawning of a new age. Psychiatric Annuals, 20, p. 711-721. Pryor, T.L., Weiderman, M.W. & McGilley, B.M. (1996). Clinical correlates of anorexia nervosa subtypes. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 19 (4), p. 371-379. Pryor, T.L., Weiderman, M.W. & McGilley, B.M. (1996). Laxative abuse among women with eating disorders: An indication of psychopathology? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 20 (1), p. 13-18. McGilley, B.M. & Pryor, T.L. (1998). The assessment and treatment of bulimia nervosa. American Family Physician, 57 (11), p. 2743-2750. McGilley, B. (2007). Group therapy for adolescents with eating disorders. Group, 30(4), 321-336. Jacobs, M. & Nye, S. (Sr Ed’s) & Picot, A., McClanahan, S., Conviser, J., Costin, C., Rabinor, J., McGilley, B. (2010). The Therapist’s Appearance and Recovery: Perspectives on Treatment, Supervision, and Ethical Implications. Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment & Prevention, 18, 165–175.McGilley, B.M. (2000, Spring). On the Being and Telling of the Experience of Anorexia: A Therapist’s Perspective. The Renfrew Perspective, 5(2), p. 5-7. McGilley, B. (2005, Jan/Feb). Weighing in on weight and body concerns: Tips for parents. Women’s Focus. McGilley, B. (2005, Fall). Healing Mantras in Recovery. Eating Disorders Today, 3(4), p. 13. McGilley, B. (2006, Fall). Fellows in Profile. AED Newsletter, 14(3), p. 11-12. McGilley, B. (2008, March/April). The Velveteen Rabbit meets the Little Engine that Could: Obesity & Eating Disorders in our Youth. Health Matters. AED Medical Task Force (2010). Eating Disorders: Critical Points for Early Recognition and Medical Risk Management in the Care of Individuals with Eating Disorders. (See: http://www.aedweb.org/Medical_Care_Standards) Silber, T., Maine, M., McGilley, B. AED Position Statement. Over-the-counter status of Ipecac should be withdrawn. (See: http://www. aedweb.org/policy/ipecac.cfm) McGilley, B. (2014). Intuitive Exercise. Eating Disorders Resource Catalogue.McGilley, B. (2004). Feminist Perspectives on Self-Harm Behaviors and Eating Disorders. In Levitt, J., Sansone, R. & Cohn, L. (Eds.). Self –Harm Behavior & Eating Disorders: Dynamics, Assessment and Treatment (pp.75-92). New York: Brunner-Routledge. McGilley, B. (2008). Sacred Circles: Feminist Oriented Group Therapy for Adolescents with Eating Disorders. In Maine, M., Davis, B. & Shure, J. (Eds.). Effective Clinical Practice in the Treatment of Eating Disorders: the Heart of the Matter (pp. 111-126). New York: Routledge. McGilley, B. & Szablewski, J. (2010). Recipe for Recovery: Necessary Ingredients for the Client’s and Clinician’s Success. In Maine, McGilley, & Bunnell (Eds.), Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research~Practice Gap (pp. 197-213). Elsevier, San Diego, CA.

Website(s):
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