Carole Kayrooz's A Systemic Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa: Women in Transition PDF
By Carole Kayrooz
This article provides an method of operating with ladies who've bulimia nervosa that's in line with examine displaying that bulimia nervosa includes interpersonal, social and societal elements in addition to the cognitive, developmental and behavioural elements which were the point of interest of a lot specialist intervention up to now. the writer indicates how humans looking to comprehend and emotionally aid girls with this complicated challenge must be capable of paintings with some of these dimensions. the sensible software of this multi-dimensional, systems-based realizing to therapy perform is confirmed via 3 in-depth case experiences.
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By way of an introduction to the scope and significance of bulimia nervosa, I begin by briefly outlining the problem’s history and ethnography. The history and ethnography of bulimia nervosa Bulimia nervosa through the ages According to some historians (and contrary to current thinking in the eating disorder literature), eating disorder symptoms have existed for some time. There have been accounts of problems resembling bulimia recorded during ancient and medieval times (Crowther, Wolf and Sherwood 1992).
Chapter Nine analyses these practices and proposes possible reasons, from a systems-based perspective, for their effectiveness. This final chapter summarises the main themes and the central issue in therapy, that of power and control, and gathers together the therapeutic practices that enable the therapist to address this issue in therapy. In order to assist women with bulimia nervosa, it is necessary to understand the scope and significance of the problem. Besides showing the history and ethnography of the problem, the next chapter reviews the prevalence, probable causes and medical effects of bulimia nervosa.
9 per cent and 18 per cent. Hamilton, Meade and Gelwick (1980) cite an approximate figure of eight per cent of the total female undergraduate population. Generally, the estimates of these populations vary in the literature between 5 and 23 per cent (Levey, McDermott and Lee 1989). These high percentages are sobering when one considers the possibility of many being caught in the vortex of bulimia nervosa. While the above figures once again highlight the importance of sociocultural factors such as weight dissatisfaction and dieting, these alone are not sufficient to account for the development of an eating disorder.
A Systemic Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa: Women in Transition by Carole Kayrooz