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The Effect of the Sandplay Therapy on Female Bulimia and under-bulimia

Author: WangAiLi
Tutor: XuGuangXing
School: East China Normal University
Course: Applied Psychology
Keywords: Sand table therapy Female Bulimia Atypical bulimia nervosa
CLC: R749.7
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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The purpose of this study is to explore the effect of the sand table therapy for the treatment of female bulimia nervosa and atypical bulimia , and studies , including two individual sand table therapy cases and the treatment of a group sandbox case , groups sandbox treatment consists of four members , individuals sandbox treatment and groups sandbox treatment six times each . In this study, using the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26) were screened out individuals suffering from eating disorders , eating disorders checklist ( EDE further screening may be suffering from eating disorders , 16.0) and clinical Damage Assessment Questionnaire (CIA) individuals with a clinical diagnosis and assessment , and finally, two female bulimia and 4 women patients with atypical bulimia nervosa . The two atypical bulimia nervosa patients participate in individual sandbox treatment , the remaining four patients involved in the treatment of groups sandbox . By comparing patients before and after treatment EDE , the CIA score , and changes in indicators of various symptoms , 3 patients (including a bulimia patients and two patients with atypical bulimia nervosa ) , binge eating frequency decreased significantly , which bulimia the emetic frequency has decreased significantly ; no significant reduction in the other three patients with binge eating frequency , however , three patients in bulimia induce vomiting frequency decreased , excessive exercise frequency has also been an atypical bulimia decline. In addition, the sand table therapy after the interview and self feelings 6 in self- awareness , cognitive coping style and the way people are . The results of this study show that the sand table therapy is an effective treatment modalities for treatment of women with bulimia nervosa and atypical bulimia .

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