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EDAAbb1 - Eating Disorders: Anorexia - Techniques for Treating Teens Afraid to Eat Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
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1.1 How does anorexia seduce the client?
1.2 Why is it helpful to first ask anorexic clients to personify anorexia?
2.1 What technique is used to help clients become more aware of the mixed media signals?
2.2 What type of social classes are eating disorders, such as anorexia, most prevalent in?
3.1 Why is a perfectionist child at high risk for anorexia?
4.1 What is an example of a ritual for an anorexic?
4.2 What are five examples of negative destructive emotions that anorexic clients feel?
5.1 What technique may be used to help anorexic clients who have reached the “Pseudo Identity” stage?
6.1 What can anorexic clients become in the absence of interpersonal attachments?

. Depression, guilt, helplessness, anxiety, and fear
. Personality Picture Technique
. Self-stimulating
. Social avoidance also becomes another ritual. Phobic clients do not want others to find out about their fears and anorexic clients believe that social situations present an opportunity for others to discuss how fat he or she is.
. Many times, this child that has matured before his/her "normal" time deals in black and white viewpoints, resulting in perfectionism. Because these children are so ambitious and thus successful in their endeavors, parents see nothing wrong in their behavior. In fact, a perfectionist child may be seen as a gift.
. So the clients can dissociate themselves from the problem itself
. “Tear Out Hypocrisy” technique
. Middle to upper middle class communities
. By promising itself as the very means to realize the anorexic client's internalized ideals

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