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- DescriptionIn the treatment of Arexia Nervosa, delivering psychological interventions in a group format can bring unique benefits in addition to those associated with working with patients individually. These include: sharing experiences and learning from others in a safe and therapeutic environment, becoming accustomed to being with other people and practising interpersonal skills. However, these aspects of group treatment also represent a challenge for group facilitators as it is exactly these interpersonal and relational demands that patients find difficult to tolerate. Facilitators are likely to be confronted with low motivation, or complete disengagement, as a result of the discomfort evoked by spending time in psychological groups. Nonetheless, once these difficulties are successfully overcome, the group setting can be effectively utilised to address the specific aims of a given psychological intervention, as well as tapping into these wider benefits Drawing upon research carried out by the Maudsley national inpatient eating disorders programme, Brief Group Psychotherapy for Eating Disorders brings together expert contributions in order to review the evidence base, as well as discussing how the challenges of the group setting can be overcome. This book outlines newly-developed protocols for group interventions aimed at providing brief but effective treatment for an increased numbers of patients, and addresses the need to develop and evaluate cost effective psychological interventions for patients with Arexia Nervosa. Brief Group Psychotherapy for Eating Disorders is designed to offer therapists, clinicians, and researchers in the field a sypsis of the available evidence along with guidance on how to put theory into practice effectively. It will also be an invaluable resource for students, trainees and teachers in the clinical, counselling, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, occupational therapy and other allied professions.
- Author BiographyDr Kate Tchanturia, Fellow of the Academy of Eating Disorders and Fellow of the British Psychological Society, is Lead Clinical Psychologist in the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Eating Disorders National Service and Reader in the Psychology of Eating Disorders at King's College London. She is actively involved in several postgraduate programmes within King's College London (PhD and Clinical Psychology doctoral training programmes and lead of the Women's Mental Health module for the Mental Health Studies MSc programme). Kate's research centres around translation, applying research findings in cognitive and emotional processing in eating disorders in order to develop novel treatment interventions, such as cognitive remediation and emotion skills training modules in individual and group formats. For further details please see: http://www.katetchanturia.com.
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication24/06/2015
- SubjectPsychiatry & Clinical Psychology: Professional
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note3 black & white tables, 32 black & white line drawings
- Weight372 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine13 mm
- Edited byKate Tchanturia
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