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Kate Adams: The Coach Versus The Eating Disorder (Part 3)

In the final part of this video presentation, filmed at the 2013 Eating Disorders Conference at Loughborough University, consulting psychologist Dr. Kate Adams discusses how a coach may recognise signs of an eating disorder in their athletes and what strategies they can incorporate in combating the disorder.


Dr Kate Adam is a consulting psychologist specialising in Eating Disorders. She works extensively with the Priory Clinic.

Other parts in the series:

Kate Adams: The Coach Versus The Eating Disorder (Part 1)

Kate Adams: The Coach Versus The Eating Disorder (Part 2)

  • Uploaded: 27.08.2013
  • Duration: 00:06:04
  • Views: 1052

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