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作者 Noordenbos, Greta
書名 Recovery from Eating Disorders : A Guide for Clinicians and Their Clients
出版項 Somerset : Wiley, 2012
©2013
國際標準書號 9781118469163 (electronic bk.)
9781118469194
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (176 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
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附註 Intro -- Recovery from Eating Disorders: A Guide for Clinicians and their Clients -- Copyright -- Contents -- About the Author -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- When have Eating Disorder Patients Recovered? -- Can all Patients Recover from their Eating Disorder? -- Recovered Patients as Guides and Role Models -- Content of the Book -- A Book for Both Clinicians and Clients -- How Therapists and other Professionals may use this Book -- How Eating Disorder Patients may use this Book -- How Parents, Partners and Friends may use this Book -- 1 Problems in the Period before the Eating Disorder -- Introduction -- Lack of Self-Esteem and Negative Self-Evaluation -- Compliant and Pleasing Behaviour -- Hiding Real Thoughts and Opinions from others -- Sensitivity to the Needs of others -- Perfectionism and Fear of Failure -- Inner Criticism and Negative Self-Evaluation -- Impaired Identity Development -- Stages in the ego and identity development -- Negative Body Attitude -- Questionnaire about problems in the period before the eating disorder -- Questions about problems and risk factors -- Summary -- 2 First Stage: Extreme Dieting -- Introduction -- How does an Eating Disorder Start? -- Differences between Healthy and Extreme Dieters -- Questions about your reasons for going on a diet -- From Healthy to Extreme Dieting -- Questions about your dieting patterns -- Why Continue Dieting? -- Eating Disorder or Identity Disorder? -- Control over Food and Body -- Denial of Problems -- Summary -- 3 Negative Consequences of Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Losing Control over Eating Habits -- The Trap of Extreme Dieting -- Eating Disorder: From Friend to Enemy -- Rigid Rules and Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviour -- Indoctrination and Brainwashing -- Inner Criticism and Critical Voices -- The Toxic Effects of Starvation
Depression and Suicidal Thoughts -- Questionnaire about psychological consequences -- Isolation -- Questionnaire about social consequences -- Physical consequences -- Questionnaire about physical consequences -- Summary -- 4 Turning Point and Motivation for Recovery -- Introduction -- The Deep Pit -- Turning Point -- Ambivalent Motivation for Change -- Fear of Asking for Help -- Questionnaires to Improve Motivation for Treatment -- Questionnaire about improving eating habits -- Motivation for Physical Recovery -- Questionnaire about motivation for physical recovery -- Motivation for More Self-esteem -- Questionnaire about motivation for more self-esteem -- Motivation for a more Positive Body Attitude -- Questionnaire about motivation to improve body attitude -- Motivation for Better Emotion Regulation -- Questionnaire about motivation for better emotion regulation -- Motivation for Better Social Relationships -- Questionnaire about motivation for improving social relationships -- Motivation for Reducing Financial Problems -- Questionnaire about motivation for reducing financial problems -- Summary -- 5 Normalizing Eating Habits -- Introduction -- Overcoming the Fear of Increasing Food Intake -- Changing Cognitions about Food -- Three Regular Meals a Day -- Regular Mealtimes -- Reduction of Binges -- Reduction of Purging -- Healthy and Sufficient Food -- Reduction of Laxatives, Diuretics and Slimming Pills -- A: Stopping the laxatives immediately -- B: Gradual reduction of laxatives -- Drinking Water and other Liquids -- No Extreme Exercising -- Treatment of Comorbidity -- Questionnaire about improving eating habits -- Summary -- 6 A Positive Body Attitude -- Introduction -- Not Feeling Fat -- No Longer Obsessed by Food and Weight -- Being Able to Listen to Feelings of Hunger and Satiety -- Developing a Positive Body Attitude
Assignment: Focus on positive aspects of your body -- Assignment: Positive body evaluation -- Learning Defence Strategies against Teasing -- Assignment: Defence against teasing -- Losing the Urge to Diet -- Assignment: Strategies to feel better -- Questionnaire about a better body attitude -- Summary -- 7 Physical Recovery -- Introduction -- Normal and Stable Weight -- Regular Periods -- Normal Body Temperature -- Normal Heartbeat and Pulse -- No Anaemia -- No Constipation -- No Problems with Bowels and Stomach -- No more Swollen Salivary Glands and Sore Throat -- Healthy Skin -- Healthy Teeth -- Enough Sleep -- Enough Energy -- Reduction of Osteoporosis -- Questionnaire about physical recovery -- Summary -- 8 Developing More Self-Esteem -- Introduction -- More Self-Esteem -- Assignment: Training positive thinking -- Empowering Yourself -- Become More Assertive -- Assignment: Becoming more assertive -- Less Emphasis on Pleasing others -- Having Less Fear of Rejection -- Assignment: Defending yourself against critical comments -- Showing Less Compliant Behaviour -- Assignment: Listening to one's own feelings and desires -- Having Less Perfectionism and Fear of Failure -- Questionnaire about improving psychological well-being -- Summary -- 9 Expressing Emotions -- Introduction -- No Longer Avoiding Negative Emotions -- Assignment: Feeling and expressing emotions -- Reduction of Critical Thoughts and Inner Voices -- Assignment: Defence against inner critical thoughts -- Assignment: Developing ideal compassion image and feelings -- Recognizing and Expressing Emotions -- Dare to Express Different Opinions -- Assignment: Coping with different opinions and conflicts -- No Longer Feeling Depressed -- Questionnaire about improving emotion regulation -- Summary -- 10 Improving Social Relations -- Introduction -- Learning to Trust other People
Participating in Social Activities -- Education and Career -- Intimate Relations -- Pregnancy and Children -- Questionnaire about developing better social contacts -- Summary -- 11 The Most Important Questions and Answers about Recovery -- Introduction -- When have Eating Disorder Patients Recovered? -- How many Patients Recover from their Eating Disorder? -- Why do Not all Patients not Recover? -- How can the Recovery Rate Increase? -- Do all Patients have a Relapse? -- How long does it Take to Recover from an Eating Disorder? -- What are the Important Goals for Treatment? -- Which Treatments are Most Effective? -- What Makes a Good Therapist? -- Summary -- 12 Checklist for Full Recovery -- Introduction -- A. Questionnaire about healthy eating habits -- B. Questionnaire about a positive body attitude -- C. Questionnaire about physical recovery -- D. Questionnaire about psychological recovery -- E. Questionnaire about coping better with emotions -- F. Questionnaire about better social relationships -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
With a uniquely perspective on the key factors in recovery from eating disorders, this practical guide for patients and clinicians draws from relevant, real-life case studies. Focuses on real-life recovery strategies that involve motivational factors, physical and psychological health, and issues such as self-esteem, body attitude, emotion regulation and social relationships. Draws on extensive qualitative research with more than 80 former sufferers Offers experience-based guidance for professionals assisting clients in their recovery process
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Noordenbos, Greta Recovery from Eating Disorders : A Guide for Clinicians and Their Clients Somerset : Wiley,c2012 9781118469194
主題 Eating disorders -- Risk factors.;Eating disorders -- Treatment
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