Mindfulness and Eating Disorders across the Lifespan: Assessment and Intervention through the Emotio

I: Regulation and nutrition I From the prenatal phase to early adulthood Risk factors and regulatory processes in the individual’s lifespanThe meaning of nutritionThe first nine months of life: foetal programming hypothesis Parental state of mind in relation to eatingRegulatory processes in the cycle of lifeConclusionsMindful Emotion Regulation -Approach (MER-A) A theoretical model for the treatment of eating disorders during developmentWhich treatment and which context?Mindful Emotion Regulation – Approach (MER-A): reading model and intervention on the ED in children and adolescentsConclusionsII: Assessment and treatment across the life course Overweight and obesity risk in the first three years of lifeI. Overweight - from the perinatal phase to the first three years of life: state of the art, research prospects, and preventionPrevention starts with the relationship: the use of video feedback at homeSara and Matteo: a story of “power” ConclusionsInfantile anorexia and Post-Traumatic Feeding Disorder in early infancyIntroductionRelevant clinical aspects of the avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder: Infantile Anorexia and Post-Traumatic Feeding DisorderInfantile Anorexia and Post-Traumatic Eating Disorder: parent–child interactions and clinical intervention Food refusal in preschool-age childrenProblems with eating and emotion regulation in preschool ageThe psychotherapeutic interventionFocal Play-Therapy with children and their parents: theory and techniqueFocal Play-Therapy and narrative play“Getting in the game” with children and parents through Focal Play-Therapy: clinical vignettesConclusive thoughtsFood selectivity and preadolescencePre-adolescence: a matter of boundariesFood selectivity: brief nosographic notesFamily-based interventionsA clinical caseConclusionsBulimia and adolescenceBulimia and adolescence: theoretical overviewThe clinical approachCase discussionConclusions
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