alexa Mindfulness Based Interventions For Eating Disorders Inpatients | 61857
ISSN: 2165-7904

Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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World Congress on Eating Disorders, Nutrition & Mental Health

Pier Fabrizio Cerro
Centro Regionale Disturbi alimentazione e Adolescenza, Italy
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Obes Weight Loss Ther
DOI: 10.4172/2165-7904.C1.037
Abstract
There is some evidence that mindfulness-based treatment programs can be usefully adopted in clinical inpatient settings and for challenging problems, especially for eating disorders inpatients, suicide adolescents and borderline patients. Keeping in mind that mindfulness approaches (MBCT, MBSR, ACT) easily lend themselves to applications in a group therapy setting and on account of an excellent cost-efficient ratio resulting from this sort of application, these kinds of interventions are particularly suitable in inpatient settings especially with eating disorders. In this report an example of the application of a mindfulness approach for hospitalized patients with eating disorders will be illustrated. We will present the mindfulness based therapy program inpatient treatment provided by the Department of Psychiatry of the CDAA (Centro Regionale per I Disturbi dell' Alimentazione in Adolescenza) located in Pietra Ligure Savona Asl 2 Savonese Liguria, where an adapted version of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) forms an important part of an integrated and multidisciplinary team program for Eating Disorders. Setting, typical format of a group session, theoretical framework and some peculiar difficulties will be discussed. Mindfulness based treatment programs can be effectively adopted in clinical inpatient settings for eating disorders and they can optimize the resources of the staff. Furthermore it seems to be able to enhance treatment team process. Mindfulness-based approaches offer a cost-efficient way to generically teach useful skills for disengaging patients from the dysfunctional cognitive processing modes that characterize severe eating disorders.
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