Kolodny, Nancy J.
KOLODNY, Nancy J.
KOLODNY, Nancy J. American, b. 1946. Genres: Self help, Sex, Social work, Young adult non-fiction. Career: University City High School, University City, MO, English teacher, 1967-69; South Boston High School, MA, English teacher, 1970-71; Clayton High School, MO, English teacher, 1971-72; psychiatric social worker and eating disorder therapist, private practice, 1981-, Norwalk, CT; Keats Press, New Canaan, CT, editor, 1997-99; Silver Hill Hospital, New Canaan, therapist, 1999-2000; Renfrew Center, Wilton, CT, therapist, 2000-; "Closing the Gap," a high school parent-student communication program, New Canaan High School, creator/facilitator, 1987-89. Consultant; public speaker on eating disorders, adolescence and parenting. Publications: Instructor's Manual for "Human Sexuality" by Masters, Johnson, Kolodny, 1982, 3rd ed., 1988; (with F.E.F. Larocca) Anorexia and Bulimia Facilitator's Training Manual: A Primer, the BASH Approach, 1983; (with R.C. Kolodny, T.E. Bratter, and C. Deep) How to Survive Your Adolescent's Adolescence, 1984; (with R.C. Kolodny and T.E. Bratter) Smart Choices: A Guide to Surviving at Home and in School, Dating and Sex, Dealing with Crises, Applying to College, and More, 1986; When Food's a Foe: How to Confront and Conquer Your Eating Disorder, 1987, rev. ed., 1998; The Beginner's Guide to Eating Disorders Recovery, 2003. Contributor to books. Address: 157 Silvermine Ave, Norwalk, CT 06850-1611, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]