Das Buch entkräftet das gängige Vorurteil, Essstörungen seien nicht heilbar. Der hier vorgestellte, auf 35-jähriger Praxiserfahrung beruhende Behandlungsansatz für die ambulante Psychotherapie gibt TherapeutInnen, Betroffen und ihren Angehörigen neue Hoffnung. »Einmal essgestört – immer essgestört« – mit diesem Urteil sehen sich PatientInnen und ihre Angehörige häufig konfrontiert. Dem widerspricht Renate Feistner, die seit 35 Jahren magersüchtige, bulimische und esssüchtige Patientinnen behandelt, vehement, denn es entspricht nicht ihren Erfahrungen. Im Zentrum des Praxishandbuches für die ambulante Therapie steht das integrative und ressourcenorientierte Therapiekonzept der Autorin, das tiefenpsychologische, verhaltenstherapeutische und systemische Aspekte vereint. Die Rahmenbedingungen eines guten Heilungsprozesses werden ebenso erläutert wie die Faktoren und Phasen der Heilung selbst. Erfahrungen anderer ExpertInnen, Berichte von Patientinnen, Fragebögen zu Heilungskriterien und Heilungsgrad sowie die Erörterung der wichtigen Frage »Was verhindert Heilung« ergänzen die therapeutischen Ausführungen. - Wichtig für alle PsychotherapeutInnen, die PatientInnen mit Essstörungen behandeln - Was fördert Heilung, was verhindert Heilung? - Mit Berichten von geheilten PatientInnen, Fragebögen zu Heilungskriterien und anderem mehr - Mit eigens entwickelten Therapiematerialien und Interventionen Dieses Buch wendet sich an: - Psychologische und Ärztliche PsychotherapeutInnen - Kinder- und JugendlichenpsychotherapeutInnen - (Kinder-)PsychiaterInnen - SozialpädagogInnen, SozialarbeiterInnen - Betroffene, ihre Eltern und Angehörige
Eating disorders belong to the leading causes of lost life years in young adult women. Current behavioral treatments are efficacious but reach only part of the affected women. The treatment presented in this book differs from many prior treatment approaches in that it assumes that disturbed eating behavior is a consequence of difficulties in emotion regulation. It focuses on imparting skills that improve self-management, foster mindful and healthy eating behavior, emotion regulation, social skills and distress tolerance. "Treatment of Eating Disorders by Emotion Regulation" has a modular structure and is designed for use as the basis for inpatient and outpatient treatment and besides that has a self-help manual. It contains a plenty of psychoeducational materials, work sheets, case vignettes and background information for therapists.
Teaches women to free themselves from eating disorders by finding the metaphors hidden in their own life stories
#1 New York Times bestselling author of Women Food and God There is an end to the anguish of emotional eating—and this book explains how to achieve it. Geneen Roth, whose Feeding the Hungry Heart and When Food Is Love have brought understanding and acceptance to tens of thousands of readers over the last two decades, here outlines her proven program for resolving the conflicts at the root of overeating. Using simple techniques developed in her highly successful seminars, she offers reassuring, practical advice on: · Learning to recognize the signals of physical hunger · Eating without distraction · Knowing when to stop · Kicking the scale-watching habit · Withstanding social and family pressures And many more strategies to help you break the binge-diet cycle—forever. From the Trade Paperback edition.
"Debbie Joffe Ellis demonstrates this influential and impactful approach to psychotherapy. Originated by Albert Ellis, rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) is based on the seemingly simple idea that it is not external events that make people happy or unhappy, but rather their internal thoughts about the events or themselves ... In this video, Dr. Joffe Ellis works with a woman in her 60s going through a divorce who is feeling stuck and hopeless. Dr. Joffe Ellis helps the client to recognize the difference between her thoughts and feelings and to begin to identify irrational thoughts and replace them with healthy and rational thoughts that will help her create new, positive, and realistic possibilities in her life."--Container.
Author: Hans-Christoph Friederich, Beate Wild, Stephan Zipfel, Henning Schauenburg, Wolfgang Herzog
Scouted in the street when she was 17, Victoire Dauxerre’s story started like a teenager’s fantasy: within months she was strutting down the catwalks of New York’s major fashion shows. But when fashion executives and photographers forced her to become ever thinner, Victoire’s dream became a nightmare.
Author: Meg Haston
This emotionally haunting and beautifully written young adult debut delves into the devastating impact of trauma and loss, in the vein of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Wintergirls. Seventeen-year-old Stevie is trapped. In her life. In her body. And now in an eating-disorder treatment center on the dusty outskirts of the New Mexico desert. Life in the center is regimented and intrusive, a nightmare come true. Nurses and therapists watch Stevie at meal time, accompany her to the bathroom, and challenge her to eat the foods she’s worked so hard to avoid. Her dad has signed her up for sixty days of treatment. But what no one knows is that Stevie doesn’t plan to stay that long. There are only twenty-seven days until the anniversary of her brother Josh’s death—the death she caused. And if Stevie gets her way, there are only twenty-seven days until she, too, will end her life. Paperweight follows seventeen-year-old Stevie’s journey as she struggles not only with a life-threatening eating disorder, but with the question of whether she can ever find absolution for the mistakes of her past…and whether she truly deserves to.
A practical guide which describes various therapeutic methods and strategies for treating bulimia nervosa on both an inpatient and an outpatient basis. It presents a multidimensional treatment approach that integrates strategies from different therapeutic models to foster effective intervention.
Author: Becky Winkler
Publisher: Harvard Common Press
Rebecca Winkler's Paleo Planet is the first cookbook that takes the paleo diet for a global spin, with recipes that represent the cuisines of East, South and Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, and of course the U.S. In 125 recipes, she proves just how creative and wide-ranging the tastes in paleo cooking can be. With the chicken chapter alone, Rebecca demonstrates the breadth and depth of flavors with Jerk Chicken with Avocado and Papaya Salad, Orange Ginger Chicken Thighs with Yu Shaing Eggplant, Indonesian Chile Chicken with Fried Rice, and Chicken Meatballs with Garlic Kale Marinara. Beyond these main courses, there are chapters devoted to vibrantly flavored appetizers, soups, sides, and desserts.
This is an amazing text on the subject of coming off psychotropic drugs. This book is for anyone who has an interest in the preparation and process of what it takes to learn to come off these drugs and live life without them. Amazing stories of many who had been led to believe they were ill and now live life outside of the constricting paradigm of mental disease. A must read for therapists, doctors, users of these drugs and their family members.
Author: Fritz Riemann
Publisher: Barbara Budrich Esser
"Fritz Riemann succeeds in convincingly presenting his thesis that anxiety is human. He gently, carefully leads the reader to recognize his/her own anxieties and one-sidedness. The confrontation with personal problems which can be raised onto the level of consciousness helps the reader to understand himself and his fellow human beings better." "This book is a source of encouragement and instruction in the art of perceiving and accepting one's own anxieties, and if possible modifying them in a productive way."--BOOK JACKET.
Symbiosis and Autonomy
Author: Franz Ruppert, Vivian Broughton
This is the third book by Professor Franz Ruppert to be translated into English. In it he explores the relationship between our symbiotic interconnectedness and our ability to be autonomous in our lives. The relationship between these two aspects of being is absolutely influenced by early attachment trauma, what Ruppert has termed 'symbiotic trauma': the trauma of an infant attempting to connect with a mother who is herself already traumatised. Additionally Ruppert gives a detailed account of the 'Constellation of the Intention', the process he has devised for working with the psychological splits induced by trauma. This is a particular form of constellation that addresses issues of fragmentation. For those interested in trauma, and understanding how to work with it, this is truly groundbreaking work. Ruppert's thinking draws on many historical roots but is, even so, particularly unique. It takes us outside our normal ways of thinking about trauma, attachment and what it means to be a human being.
Author: Philip Purser
Publisher: Tfh Publications Incorporated
"A complete instruction manual for creating stunning natural terrariums. Filled with information on plants, substrates, water features, animals, construction, and more"--Back cover.