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ISSN: 2165-7904

Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Joanna Radoszewska

Department of Child and Family Clinical Psychology, Child Clinical Psychology Laboratory, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw, Poland

Biography

Joanna Radoszewska, affiliated with Department of Child and Family Clinical Psychology, Child Clinical Psychology Laboratory, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw, Poland. Has 16 publications on online global platform. Skills and expertise are in field of Child obesity, Adolescence, obesity, mental representation of obese child, child cognitive behaviour.
Publications

Mother's Experiences in Early Stages of Relationship with the Child, in Mothers of Adolescents Treated for Obesity

This article describes the specifics of mental representation of the self as a mother in mothers of obese adolescents. The mental representation of the self as a mother is a way of experiencing the self as a mother of one’s child and the relationship with the child. It determines how the mother functions and what her experiences are in relati... Read More»

Joanna Radoszewska

Research Article: J Obes Weight Loss Ther

DOI: 10.4172/2165-7904.1000103

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