This advanced course will help you gain a working knowledge of the complexities of hard-to-treat eating disorders so you can provide better psychological care.
Case studies will highlight four different areas that make an eating disorder more acute or full recovery difficult, and what can be reasonably expected from treatment.
Prerequisite: The Feast or Famine: The Etiology and Treatment of Eating Disorders course which includes etiology, diagnostic criteria, comprehensive treatment planning, assessment, and the holistic treatment approach.
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Bulimia typically involves periods of uncontrollable binging followed by compensatory behaviour including vomiting, laxative abuse and excessive exercise. Self-liking and self-competence: Relationship of symptoms to anorexia nervosa.
Both anorexics and bulimics form self-judgments according to their perceived body weight and shape (American Psychological Association, 1994).
An individual subsequently learns to distrust their emotions and beliefs and fails to develop sophisticated, functional emotion regulation strategies because adequate parental modelling was absent.
Often, individuals learn to engage in emotional inhibition, which may involve non-disclosure of inner emotional experiences and active suppression of cognitions and affect concerning emotional experiences (Krause, Mendelson & Lynch, 2003).
The second course, Treating Trauma: Basic Skills and Specific Treatments, introduces an overarching framework for trauma treatment, and then reviews the large variety of specific treatments for trauma that are now available.