1-800-553-8336 | Tax ID #91-1118945
Home: Violence Prevention: Community Issues: Trauma and Eating Disorders
Violence Prevention >
Trauma and Eating Disorders.
A 2-part video series on eating disorder treatment.
Item No.: TR10
Price: $250.00
83 minutes.
Add DVD to cart
Trauma and Eating Disorders
"The literature says that 30% to 40% of the patients who engage in eating disorder behaviors are, in fact, survivors of sexual trauma, and I believe another whole cohort of those folks have experienced other kinds of trauma...If you think about it, being 90 pounds or being 300 pounds is a very visible, tangible way to say, ‘I'm in pain.'"- Lisa Ferentz

Until recently, the focus of eating disorder treatment has been on getting the sometimes life-threatening symptoms under control. In the process, underlying trauma issues have often been ignored. Now, new treatment approaches are being developed that address trauma and eating disorders in an integrated fashion.

In these videos, clinicians Lisa Ferentz, Mark Schwartz, Jeanne Folks, Carolyn Costin, Lori Galperin, Jane Blackwell, Melissa Kinser, and Richard Schwartz explore the special treatment issues that this dual diagnosis presents. The presenters emphasize the importance of working with the eating disordered part of self that encapsulates the trauma of the past. In addition, seven current or former clients relate how trauma and eating disorders have impacted their lives, and how they have worked to overcome those effects.

Trauma and Eating Disorders I: Clinical Presentations

Topics include:

  • Eating Disorders as Communication
  • Eating Disorders as Means of Gaining Control
  • Eating Disorders as Trauma Reenactment
  • Eating Disorders as Substitute for Intimacy
  • Features of Binge Eating, Bulimia, and Anorexia
  • Dissociation of Parts of Self

Trauma and Eating Disorders II: Treatment Issues

  • Finding the Functions of the Eating Disorder
  • Establishing Safety
  • Increasing Trust
  • Developing Mindfulness
  • Stabilization Strategies
  • Replacing the Eating Disorder Habit

 
This title can be found in...
Violence Prevention: Community Issues
Violence Prevention: Health Care Training

Home | NEW Titles | Violence Prevention | Workplace | Substance Abuse | Health | K-12 | Early Childhood | Blowout Sale!
Preview Library |Study Guide Library | Help | About | Contact | Sign Up for Our Newsletter | Download Order Form