By Kate Tchanturia
The powerful therapy of anorexia nervosa (AN) is still an important problem. This has triggered new study into methods of enticing and retaining sufferers in remedy and eventually attaining larger results, not just on a symptomatic point but in addition in broader facets of existence. during this ebook Kate Tchanturia brings jointly foreign specialists from the sector of consuming issues to debate the effectiveness of cognitive remediation treatment for treating anorexia nervosa, and keeping patients in treatment.
Cognitive Remediation treatment (CRT) is a kind of treatment that concentrates on bettering neurocognitive talents comparable to awareness, operating reminiscence, cognitive flexibility and making plans, and govt functioning which ends up in better basic functioning. fresh examine has confirmed the effectiveness of the process for treating people with anorexia nervosa, cognitive advancements were famous in sufferers, and the technique is linked to low drop-out charges from the therapy, and excessive degrees of acceptability between either sufferers and therapists.
This ebook provides examine focussing on:
- person remedy with adults
- family-based therapy
- CRT with younger people
- staff structure of CRT
- adapting interventions for individuals with co-morbidities
- clinicians reports operating with CRT
Illustrated all through with case reviews, and integrating neuropsychological trying out and brain imaging this e-book discusses the most recent study in this novel remedy method. will probably be key analyzing for researchers and lecturers within the consuming issues box desirous to trial the technique, in addition to ultimate yr undergraduates and postgraduate medical psychology scholars trying to find a brand new perspective.
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