Articoli che contengono il tag: eating disorders

In my mind, in our mind

Abstract The work starts from an experience of conducting a homogeneous group with eating disorders with the variant of the insertion of a male subject in a group of women. The therapeutic factors of group dynamics and emotional growth of … Continue reading

A psychological support group for the parents of patients with eating disorders

Abstract This article aims to describe the experience of conducting a psychotherapy group for parents of patients affected by eating disorders, took place in the General Hospital Sant’Orsola, in Bologna (Italy). The first part describes a theoretical analysis of the … Continue reading

Individuation of the self and eating disorders in adolescence

Abstract The purpose of this article is to present an etiopathogenetic hypothesis of eating disorders (DCA) during adolescence, from the theoretical model of Self Psychology and clinical experience gained in the field. According to this hypothesis, a particular structural deficit … Continue reading

Treating Anorexia

Abstract Looking at cases of adolescents and young women, the author describes psychoanalytic treatments for eating disorders. The article describes fundamental elements of the treatment, including: the structure of the interdisciplinary group of care (psychoanalyst, endocrinologist, nutritionist) and the role … Continue reading

A family matter (inside). Notes on group aspects in eating disorders

Abstract I’ll try to connect some of the bionian ideas about individual-group relationship to the specific manifestations of eating disorders, with regards to the fact that some of these remarks could be valid also for different pathologies. The aim of … Continue reading

Therapeutic factors in the psychoanalytically oriented homogeneous group for eating disorders

Abstract What emerges then is a self that is incomplete or vulnerable, or a self that has either not developed its own functions and objects or has only been to able to do it both by sacrificing, cutting off and … Continue reading