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Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders.

By: Seubert, Andrew, NCC, LMHC.
Contributor(s): Virdi, Pam, MEd, RMN, CPN.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (388 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826172655.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating DisordersOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- References -- Preface -- How This Book Came to Be -- The Need for This Book -- Intended Audience -- Distinguishing Features -- References -- Acknowledgments -- Introducing Our Terms -- Trauma Redefined Within a Phase Model of Treatment -- An Expanded Definition of "Trauma" -- A Trauma-Informed Phase Model of Psychotherapy -- Assessment/Evaluation -- Preparation -- Trauma Processing -- Reevaluation and Integration -- Summary -- References -- Share Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders -- Section One: Overview and Recognizing the Territory -- Chapter 1: The Many Faces of Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa (AN), Bulimia Nervosa (BN), Binge Eating Disorder (BED), Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED), Bulimarexia, and Orthorexia -- Introduction -- Anorexia Nervosa -- Bulimia Nervosa (BN) -- Binge Eating Disorder -- Other Disorders -- Comorbidity -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: Trauma and Eating Disorders: The State of the Art -- Introduction -- Traumatic Experiences and Their Consequences in Anorexia Nervosa -- Prevalence of Trauma and Its Consequences in Bulimia Nervosa -- Prevalence of Trauma and Its Consequences in Binge Eating Disorders -- Discussion and Suggestions for Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Two: Trauma Treatment in Eating Disorders: A Complex Affair -- Chapter 3: Recognizing the Territory: The Interaction of Trauma, Attachment Injury, and Dissociation in Treating Eating Disorders -- Sarah-A Case Study -- The Genesis of an Eating Disorder -- Trauma -- The Window of Tolerance -- Dissociation -- Putting All the Pieces Together -- The Whole Enchilada: Trauma, Attachment Injury, and Dissociation -- References -- Chapter 4: The Centrality of Presence and the Therapeutic Relationship in Eating Disorders.
The "How" Instead of the "Why" -- Dissociation and the Eating Disorder Self -- Working With Ego States and the Need for Safety and Therapeutic Presence -- The Need to Feel Safe -- Attachment, Trauma, and Loss of Safety -- Eating Disorders and Attachment -- The Importance of a Positive Therapeutic Relationship -- Being Versus Doing -- Therapeutic Presence -- How Therapeutic Presence and Relationship Put Symptoms Out of a Job -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Three: Brain, Body, and Eating Disorders -- Chapter 5: The Neurobiology of Trauma and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Understanding the Impact of Early Life Adversity on Neurodevelopment Via the "Chronic" Stress Response -- Early Life Adversity and Eating Disorder Development Via the Stress Response -- Environmental and Genetic Interactions: The Role of Polymorphisms and Epigenetics -- Mechanisms Mediating the Relationship Between Early Adversities and Eating Behavior -- Interventions From a Neural Perspective -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: What Doctors, Dietitians, and Nutritionists Need to Know -- Part 1: What Doctors Need to Know -- Part 2: Nutrition and the Trauma Patient -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Four: The Phase Model-Phases I and II -- Chapter 7: Assessing "Trauma-Driven Eating Disorders": A Road Map Through the Maze -- Introduction -- Integral Steps Underpinning Assessment of ED and Trauma -- References -- Chapter 8: The Preparation Phase -- Introduction -- A Tripartite Preparation Phase -- Template for Creating Images (**) -- Script: Developing a Resource Via Imagery (**) -- Script: Creating a Movie (**) -- References -- Chapter 9: Discovering the Power of Movement: Dance/Movement Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Trauma -- Introduction -- References -- Chapter 10: The Courage to Feel: Eating Disorders and the Case for Emotions.
Introduction -- Teaching Clients Why We Have Feelings -- Someone Asked for Steps -- The A-B-C-D Guideposts for Emotional Competence -- Unfinished Business: Trauma, Feelings, and EDs -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 11: Neurofeedback and the Eating Disordered Brain -- Introduction -- What is Neurofeedback? -- EEG and Brainwaves -- Neurofeedback for Eating Disorders -- Comorbidity of Eating Disorders and Anxiety Disorders -- Eating Disorders as an Affect Regulation Problem -- Arousal and Affect -- What Does a Session Look Like? -- Introducing a Client to Neurofeedback -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Five: Approaches to Trauma Processing and Eating Disorders-Phase III -- Chapter 12: Interpersonal/Relational Psychodynamic Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Principles of an Interpersonal/Relational Psychodynamic Approach -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) -- What is EMDR? -- Scripts -- References -- Chapter 14: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Causes of Eating Disorders -- Levels of Negative Cognitions -- The CBT Approach -- References -- Chapter 15: Ego State/Parts Work in the Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- What Are Ego States or Parts? -- A Brief Overview of Ego States/Parts Work and Their Common Elements -- Dissociation and Eating Disorders: Phase I-Evaluation -- Phase 2-Preparation -- Phase 3-Trauma Processing -- References -- Chapter 16: IFS (Internal Family Systems) and Eating Disorders: The Healing Power of Self-Energy -- Introduction -- Chapter Overview -- A Brief Overview of the Internal Family Systems Model -- IFS and Eating Disorders -- IFS and Eating Disorder Treatment -- IFS Versus Traditional Trauma Treatment -- IFS Approach to Trauma Treatment -- Conclusion -- References.
Chapter 17: Structural Dissociation in the Treatment of Trauma and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- What is Dissociation? -- Derealization and Depersonification -- Structural Dissociation Theory of the Personality -- Mental Health -- Trauma Overwhelms This Cooperation -- Apparently Normal Part of the Personality -- Emotional Part of the Personality -- Three Levels of Dissociation -- Dissociative Phobias -- Phase-Oriented Approach to the Treatment of Dissociation -- Case Study -- Application of Structural Dissociation Theory to the Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 18: Second Helpings: AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy) in the Treatment of Trauma and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Clinical Assessment in AEDP -- References -- Chapter 19: Eating Disorders and Hypnosis -- Introduction -- What is Hypnosis? -- Why Hypnosis? My Own Story and Those of Others -- An Integrated Approach -- Assessment and Case Formulation -- Trauma Processing -- References -- Chapter 20: Energy Psychology in the Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Therapeutic Components and Mode of Action -- Targets of Energy Psychology in Relation to Eating Disorders -- Case Illustration 1 -- Case Illustration 2 -- References -- Chapter 21: Somatic Experiencing: The Body as the Missing Link in Eating Disorder Treatment -- Introduction -- Trauma and the Nervous System -- Eating Disorders as Survival Strategies -- Treating Trauma and Eating Disorders Through the Body -- Trauma Processing -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 22: Boats and Sharks: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Approach to the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Trauma -- Introduction -- Foundational Principles -- Five Core Organizers -- Differentiating Defense and Attachment -- The Action Cycle -- Barriers to Action -- Character Strategies -- Alice.
Boats and Sharks -- References -- Chapter 23: Art Therapy: Images of Recovery -- Introduction -- Why Art Therapy With Clients Who Deal With Eating Disorders? -- A Typical Art Therapy Session -- Lynn's Story -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Six: Phase IV-Relapse Prevention, Reevaluation, and Integration -- Chapter 24: Recovery and Beyond: Dealing With Triggers and Setbacks -- Introduction -- What Recovery Means -- Recognizing and Acknowledging Setbacks and Triggers -- Navigating Internal and External Messages at Different Stages of Recovery -- Trauma Healing and Helpful Therapeutic Modalities During Setbacks and Recovery -- Restorying the Narrative -- References -- Chapter 25: Trauma-Informed Approaches to Body Image Disturbance: A Historical Review for a Holistic Future -- Introduction -- Gestaltists -- Psychoanalytic View -- Feminist and Sociocultural Views -- Cognitive Processing Models -- Somatic Approaches -- Treatment of Body Image Disturbance: A New Role for Dissociation -- Conclusions and Discussion -- References -- Chapter 26: Finding Self Again: The Dismantling of Eating Disorder and Trauma Identity -- Introduction -- Impact of Eating Disorders and Trauma on Identity -- Definitions and Importance of Identity and Spiritual Identity -- Assessment Beyond Assessment -- Treatment Interventions for Identity Reclamation and Reconstruction -- Case Vignette -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Afterword -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- References -- Preface -- How This Book Came to Be -- The Need for This Book -- Intended Audience -- Distinguishing Features -- References -- Acknowledgments -- Introducing Our Terms -- Trauma Redefined Within a Phase Model of Treatment -- An Expanded Definition of "Trauma" -- A Trauma-Informed Phase Model of Psychotherapy -- Assessment/Evaluation -- Preparation -- Trauma Processing -- Reevaluation and Integration -- Summary -- References -- Share Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders -- Section One: Overview and Recognizing the Territory -- Chapter 1: The Many Faces of Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa (AN), Bulimia Nervosa (BN), Binge Eating Disorder (BED), Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED), Bulimarexia, and Orthorexia -- Introduction -- Anorexia Nervosa -- Bulimia Nervosa (BN) -- Binge Eating Disorder -- Other Disorders -- Comorbidity -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: Trauma and Eating Disorders: The State of the Art -- Introduction -- Traumatic Experiences and Their Consequences in Anorexia Nervosa -- Prevalence of Trauma and Its Consequences in Bulimia Nervosa -- Prevalence of Trauma and Its Consequences in Binge Eating Disorders -- Discussion and Suggestions for Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Two: Trauma Treatment in Eating Disorders: A Complex Affair -- Chapter 3: Recognizing the Territory: The Interaction of Trauma, Attachment Injury, and Dissociation in Treating Eating Disorders -- Sarah-A Case Study -- The Genesis of an Eating Disorder -- Trauma -- The Window of Tolerance -- Dissociation -- Putting All the Pieces Together -- The Whole Enchilada: Trauma, Attachment Injury, and Dissociation -- References -- Chapter 4: The Centrality of Presence and the Therapeutic Relationship in Eating Disorders.

The "How" Instead of the "Why" -- Dissociation and the Eating Disorder Self -- Working With Ego States and the Need for Safety and Therapeutic Presence -- The Need to Feel Safe -- Attachment, Trauma, and Loss of Safety -- Eating Disorders and Attachment -- The Importance of a Positive Therapeutic Relationship -- Being Versus Doing -- Therapeutic Presence -- How Therapeutic Presence and Relationship Put Symptoms Out of a Job -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Three: Brain, Body, and Eating Disorders -- Chapter 5: The Neurobiology of Trauma and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Understanding the Impact of Early Life Adversity on Neurodevelopment Via the "Chronic" Stress Response -- Early Life Adversity and Eating Disorder Development Via the Stress Response -- Environmental and Genetic Interactions: The Role of Polymorphisms and Epigenetics -- Mechanisms Mediating the Relationship Between Early Adversities and Eating Behavior -- Interventions From a Neural Perspective -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: What Doctors, Dietitians, and Nutritionists Need to Know -- Part 1: What Doctors Need to Know -- Part 2: Nutrition and the Trauma Patient -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Four: The Phase Model-Phases I and II -- Chapter 7: Assessing "Trauma-Driven Eating Disorders": A Road Map Through the Maze -- Introduction -- Integral Steps Underpinning Assessment of ED and Trauma -- References -- Chapter 8: The Preparation Phase -- Introduction -- A Tripartite Preparation Phase -- Template for Creating Images (**) -- Script: Developing a Resource Via Imagery (**) -- Script: Creating a Movie (**) -- References -- Chapter 9: Discovering the Power of Movement: Dance/Movement Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Trauma -- Introduction -- References -- Chapter 10: The Courage to Feel: Eating Disorders and the Case for Emotions.

Introduction -- Teaching Clients Why We Have Feelings -- Someone Asked for Steps -- The A-B-C-D Guideposts for Emotional Competence -- Unfinished Business: Trauma, Feelings, and EDs -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 11: Neurofeedback and the Eating Disordered Brain -- Introduction -- What is Neurofeedback? -- EEG and Brainwaves -- Neurofeedback for Eating Disorders -- Comorbidity of Eating Disorders and Anxiety Disorders -- Eating Disorders as an Affect Regulation Problem -- Arousal and Affect -- What Does a Session Look Like? -- Introducing a Client to Neurofeedback -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Five: Approaches to Trauma Processing and Eating Disorders-Phase III -- Chapter 12: Interpersonal/Relational Psychodynamic Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Principles of an Interpersonal/Relational Psychodynamic Approach -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) -- What is EMDR? -- Scripts -- References -- Chapter 14: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Causes of Eating Disorders -- Levels of Negative Cognitions -- The CBT Approach -- References -- Chapter 15: Ego State/Parts Work in the Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- What Are Ego States or Parts? -- A Brief Overview of Ego States/Parts Work and Their Common Elements -- Dissociation and Eating Disorders: Phase I-Evaluation -- Phase 2-Preparation -- Phase 3-Trauma Processing -- References -- Chapter 16: IFS (Internal Family Systems) and Eating Disorders: The Healing Power of Self-Energy -- Introduction -- Chapter Overview -- A Brief Overview of the Internal Family Systems Model -- IFS and Eating Disorders -- IFS and Eating Disorder Treatment -- IFS Versus Traditional Trauma Treatment -- IFS Approach to Trauma Treatment -- Conclusion -- References.

Chapter 17: Structural Dissociation in the Treatment of Trauma and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- What is Dissociation? -- Derealization and Depersonification -- Structural Dissociation Theory of the Personality -- Mental Health -- Trauma Overwhelms This Cooperation -- Apparently Normal Part of the Personality -- Emotional Part of the Personality -- Three Levels of Dissociation -- Dissociative Phobias -- Phase-Oriented Approach to the Treatment of Dissociation -- Case Study -- Application of Structural Dissociation Theory to the Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 18: Second Helpings: AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy) in the Treatment of Trauma and Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Clinical Assessment in AEDP -- References -- Chapter 19: Eating Disorders and Hypnosis -- Introduction -- What is Hypnosis? -- Why Hypnosis? My Own Story and Those of Others -- An Integrated Approach -- Assessment and Case Formulation -- Trauma Processing -- References -- Chapter 20: Energy Psychology in the Treatment of Eating Disorders -- Introduction -- Therapeutic Components and Mode of Action -- Targets of Energy Psychology in Relation to Eating Disorders -- Case Illustration 1 -- Case Illustration 2 -- References -- Chapter 21: Somatic Experiencing: The Body as the Missing Link in Eating Disorder Treatment -- Introduction -- Trauma and the Nervous System -- Eating Disorders as Survival Strategies -- Treating Trauma and Eating Disorders Through the Body -- Trauma Processing -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 22: Boats and Sharks: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Approach to the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Trauma -- Introduction -- Foundational Principles -- Five Core Organizers -- Differentiating Defense and Attachment -- The Action Cycle -- Barriers to Action -- Character Strategies -- Alice.

Boats and Sharks -- References -- Chapter 23: Art Therapy: Images of Recovery -- Introduction -- Why Art Therapy With Clients Who Deal With Eating Disorders? -- A Typical Art Therapy Session -- Lynn's Story -- Conclusion -- References -- Section Six: Phase IV-Relapse Prevention, Reevaluation, and Integration -- Chapter 24: Recovery and Beyond: Dealing With Triggers and Setbacks -- Introduction -- What Recovery Means -- Recognizing and Acknowledging Setbacks and Triggers -- Navigating Internal and External Messages at Different Stages of Recovery -- Trauma Healing and Helpful Therapeutic Modalities During Setbacks and Recovery -- Restorying the Narrative -- References -- Chapter 25: Trauma-Informed Approaches to Body Image Disturbance: A Historical Review for a Holistic Future -- Introduction -- Gestaltists -- Psychoanalytic View -- Feminist and Sociocultural Views -- Cognitive Processing Models -- Somatic Approaches -- Treatment of Body Image Disturbance: A New Role for Dissociation -- Conclusions and Discussion -- References -- Chapter 26: Finding Self Again: The Dismantling of Eating Disorder and Trauma Identity -- Introduction -- Impact of Eating Disorders and Trauma on Identity -- Definitions and Importance of Identity and Spiritual Identity -- Assessment Beyond Assessment -- Treatment Interventions for Identity Reclamation and Reconstruction -- Case Vignette -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Afterword -- Index.

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