Eating Disorders: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with by Simon Gowers, Lynne Green

By Simon Gowers, Lynne Green

Show description

Read or Download Eating Disorders: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Children and Young People (Cbt With Childrenm Adolescents and Familes) PDF

Similar therapy books

Therapeutic Impasses: The Integrity Model of Existential Psychotherapy with the 'Difficult Patient'

Facing the healing deadlock is likely one of the so much difficult projects confronted via therapists. The Integrity version of Existential Psychotherapy in operating with the 'Difficult sufferer' describes how the Integrity version of psychotherapy offers an unique approach to facing tough matters similar to resistance, performing out, counter-transference, guilt, price clashes and cultural range.

Heart Failure: Molecules, Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets (Novartis Foundation Symposium 274)

Center failure is the most explanation for demise and incapacity within the industrialized global. there's a significant desire for novel therapeutics for prevention and reversal of cardiac pathology linked to middle failure and cardiac growth. Over contemporary years, dramatic development has been made in unravelling the mobile circuitry eager about cardiac failure, in addition to in general cardiac progress, improvement and apoptosis.

Coping with Chronic Illness: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach for Adherence and Depression (Workbook) - Treatments that works

Should you be afflicted by a protracted clinical like melanoma, HIV, diabetes, bronchial asthma, or high blood pressure, you know the way challenging it may be to accomplish all of the self-care behaviors required of you, in particular while you are additionally facing melancholy. reports have proven that depressed individuls with power disorder have a difficult time maintaining with the behaviors essential to deal with their situation and increase their overall healthiness.

Intracranial Vascular Malformations and Aneurysms: From Diagnostic Work-Up to Endovascular Therapy

This ebook describes the pathoanatomical, pathophysiological, and imaging gains of vascular malformations and aneurysms of the mind and the trendy, minimally invasive endovascular equipment and methods hired of their therapy. person chapters are dedicated to developmental venous malformations, cavernomas and capillary telangiectasias, pial arteriovenous malformations, dural arteriovenous malformations, and intracranial aneurysms.

Extra resources for Eating Disorders: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Children and Young People (Cbt With Childrenm Adolescents and Familes)

Sample text

As is usually the case, although Fiona felt some frustration at seeing the cycle she had got into with her eating, she felt a sense of relief at seeing this in black and white. 1 Fiona’s initial bulimia nervosa formulation Formulations should be simple and clear and highlight key relationships Formulating anorexia nervosa cases The same principles described above apply to case formulation in restricting cases. The main difference tends to be the emphasis on the effects of starvation (emotional, cognitive and behavioural), which the therapist should have elicited during the assessment.

They can also be powerful in enabling access to specialist services or additional support. However, they offer a limited understanding of individual complexities, as they tend not to take into account the heterogeneous nature of difficulties. A case formulation model enables moods, cognitions and behaviours that contribute to these types of difficulties to be fully understood. Such an understanding not only enables therapists to treat unusual or atypical problems that may be affecting the eating disorder but also helps them understand and manage more general difficulties that arise in treatment (such as resistance to homework), in the same way that those making up the ‘problem’ being treated are understood.

It can be argued that a degree of cognitive sophistication is required to develop and maintain an eating disorder. The finding that eating disorders are very rare before pubescence can be seen as indicating that a combination of physical, social and cognitive maturity is required. That is to say, some cognitive awareness of how others see you and how your future might be shaped by life choices is probably necessary to form concerns about shape and how these affect relationships. Furthermore, a belief about how eating behaviour might influence thoughts, feelings and relationships often underlies dieting choices.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.90 of 5 – based on 50 votes