4 edition of Psychodynamic technique in the treatment of the eating disorders found in the catalog.
Psychodynamic technique in the treatment of the eating disorders
C. Philip Wilson
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||C. Philip Wilson, Charles C. Hogan, Ira L. Mintz.|
|Contributions||Hogan, Charles C., Mintz, Ira L.|
|LC Classifications||RC552.E18 W56 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 425 p. :|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||91017197|
Binge-eating: binge eaters (over-eating) two main symptom categories 1. food restrictor: reducing the type of food consumed (only eat foods with 0 grams of fat, less then cals a day) 2. purging: attemps to reduce/eliminate the effects of consumed food (vomiting after eating, laxatives, excessive exercise). Introduction. Binge eating disorder (BED) is characterized by recurrent binge eating (i.e., eating an unusually large amount of food accompanied by a sense of loss of control) in the absence of significant compensatory behaviors (e.g., self-induced vomiting, excessive exercise).
(A psychodynamic perspective on the psychological causes of eating disorders and/or disordered eating) Practically, too little or too much food will result in a change in weight. This input-output formula is HOW a person gets too thin or overweight. The fields of eating disorders and trauma have desperately needed a book like Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders, edited by Andrew Seubert and Pam Virdi. In this volume of 26 chapters by 40 experts versed in trauma and eating disorders, they have created a treasure chest for anyone in the trenches of the combination of these disorders.
Psychodynamic therapy is the kind of talk therapy many people imagine when they think of psychological treatment for 's because the . (National Eating Disorders Association, )It is safe to say then that all of the psychological approaches: cognitive, behavioural and psychodynamic are all perfectly valid in explaining why someone may suffer from an eating disorder and it is wise to keep an open minded approach to treating an eating disorder, as all of the approaches work.
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It details the techniques that can resolve these patients' strong defenses against the acknowledgment of their underlying conflicts, and it provides an understanding of the psychodynamic structure of the various personality disorders that are masked by eating disorder symptoms.
Eating disorders are symptom complexes that occur in a variety of character disorders: hysterical, obsessive-compulsive, borderline, and--in some cases--psychotic s: 1. Psychodynamic technique in the treatment of the eating disorders. [C Philip Wilson; Charles C Hogan; Ira L Mintz] -- This volume is written by the most prominent contributors to the current understanding and treatment of anorexia, bulimia, and obesity.
Designed specifically to address the challenges of this difficult-to-treat population, this volume is the first to focus exclusively on exploring eating disorders from a psychodynamic perspective.
Chapters are written by foremost clinicians in field who examine their current views regarding the etiology and treatment of this client population from a psychodynamic perspective.5/5(2).
If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your passwordAuthor: Fran Weiss.
Eating disorders and addictions embody high drama because these symptoms are about actions that people take that affect them as well as others. But for the psychoanalytic therapist, the symptom is just one aspect of a person, and the contributors to this book all attempt to understand the symptom as part of the greater whole of that person.
The application of psychodynamic theories to the treatment of EDs provides much more than insight into the etiology of the symptoms or education about past trauma or developmental failure.
Psychodynamic treatments aim to make the life of the person more vital and meaningful. Although still relatively small, a growing evidence base is showing that psychodynamic treatments for eating disorders are effective in reducing eating disorder symptoms and in improving psychological factors such as attachment states of mind, mentalization, and defensive functioning (Hill et al.,Maxwell et al.,Maxwell et al.,Tasca et al.,Zipfel et al., ).Author: Giorgio A.
Tasca, Louise Balfour. This volume brings speaks to the psychoanalytic conceptualization and treatment of eating disorders as well as contemporary issues, including social media, pro-anorexia forums, and larger cultural.
treatment with either focal psychodynamic therapy, the biased-coin technique to avoid a deterministic treat- changes after interpersonal treatment for eating disorders.
In a review of outcome and effectiveness studies of PDT for the major categories of mental disorders published in the journal World Psychiatry, researchers found that PDT is an effective treatment for depression, some forms of anxiety, eating disorders and somatic problems (i.e.
irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal pain, and bowel. Psychoanalytic treatment is alive and well and has an important role to play in the diverse array of treatments available for eating disorders today.
Open mobile menu Psychology Today. Which of the eating disorders has the LEAST successful long-term recovery after treatment. binge-eating disorder bulimia nervosa psychodynamic cognitive-behavioral biological Several techniques have been shown to be effective for the treatment of fetishistic disorder.
These techniques do NOT include: covert sensitization. masturbatory. Using Technology Within the Treatment of Eating Disorders: A Clinical Practice Review.
Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill) Mar; PubMed PMID: Epub /03/ Eng. [PMC free article] [Google Scholar] This review provides a clinical guide to the use of technology within eating disorder treatment.
Many psychotherapists and psychoanalysts in the UK are reluctant to work with eating disorder patients whom they believe to be psychotic.
In Psychodynamic Technique in the Treatment of The Eating Disorders, patients are termed psychotic-like but never psychotic.
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According to the National Eating Disorder Association, eating disorders affect over 70 million people numbers seem to be rising as well, due to the increased impact media has on our everyday lives.
Thankfully, there are plenty of books about eating disorders out there that document the struggles of this issue in ways that are both enlightening and empowering. Book Review: Doing What Works: An Integrative System for the Treatment Eating Disorders from Diagnosis to Recovery By Abigail Natenshon (NASW Press, ) This comprehensive guide to the treatment of eating disorders is a masterful book written.
“This book is the first-ever evidence-based psychodynamic psychotherapy treatment manual for clinicians working with people with anorexia nervosa. It was written by leading experts in brief psychodynamic psychotherapy and in clinical management and research into psychobiology of anorexia nervosa.
5 Psychodynamic Tools and Techniques. Psychodynamic therapy relies less on exercises and activities than most other types of therapy, but there are some very important tools in the psychodynamic toolbox that allow the therapist to delve deep into. The term psychodynamic psychotherapy includes a wide range of therapeutic techniques and theoretical perspectives stemming from the early work of Sigmund Freud (–) and his colleagues.
For more than a century, their psychoanalytic principles have been a major influence in the treatment of mental and behavioral problems. This book, the second one edited by this trio, is a collection of 17 chapters by 10 authors unified by their shared belief in a psychodynamic—in many cases psychoanalytic—basis for understanding and treating patients with eating disorders.
To this reviewer, the chapters. . intense fear of becoming obese, which doesn’t diminish even with weight loss, body image distortion and absence of at least three consecutive menstrual cycles expected to occur (in women sufferes) For many years psychoanalytic theorists have been interested in the distal influences on anorexia nervosa an extremely common eating disorder.Individuals with eating disorders and/or disordered eating mainly deal with their problems through an excess or restriction of food and/or exercise.
Most of us lack coping skills for at least some areas in our lives. Besides eating, other oral coping mechanisms may include smoking and/or drinking.