She has tried many diets in the past some more successful than others, however within a reasonably short period of time after each attempt to lose weight, she has re-gained the weight she has lost. This time she wants to lose two and a half stone as she is going on an all-girls holiday in three months’ time. In the treatment of Miss E, it will be vital to isolate the reasons for her overeating in order to help her through the process of hypnosis. Working in hypnosis, we must work with the subject’s particular issue, that is, the underlying reason or reasons for weight gain and the inability to lose it. This must not be done by depriving them as this will not serve to address the issue, but more the reprogramming of the subconscious into eating properly and taking pride in
In this essay, I will assess Miss E’s issues surrounding her weight loss and will then go on to describe a treatment plan that would be appropriate for the client taking into account any ethical issues. Miss E has explained that she would like to try hypnotherapy for weight loss and she wants to lose 2 and a half stone in 3 months before going on holiday. She explains that she is 29, has come out of a failed relationship 6 months ago and despite feeling ready to meet someone new, she is scared because her previous partner of 6 years was very controlling. She explains that he almost seemed to want her to stay overweight. This was probably because her ex-partner wanted to remain in control within the relationship and was fearful of Miss E meeting someone else if she were to lose weight.
Introduction. Many clients will enquire about losing weight with hypnosis and we as practitioners need to make sure that the client has a realistic goal. This is why the initial consultation is important, as we need to discuss with the client why they want to lose weight, how much weight they would like to lose and in what time scale. You will need to discuss their health and any psychological issues that they might have or that might arise. If the client is showing signs of psychosis or is on anti-psychotics then I would refer the client on to a psychotherapist as it would be unethical for me to treat that client.
Length of Confinement “Genie” spent all thirteen years of her life being physically, verbally, and mentally abused. Although she was taken care of and made progress during the time of the intervention, after four years of progress and studies, the hospital treating her lost funding and she was returned to her birth mother who felt it was too hard to take care of her. “Genie” was placed into foster and bounced around for years, where she was abused further and ultimately ended up in an adult foster care program in California. Agents of Socialization The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) funded the research and care for “Genie” at UCLA. A team of psychologists and teachers helped care for her and worked on emerging her into society.
After consulting with this modeling scout, she was advised that she must lose 10-inches from her hips. Filled with determination to succeed, Renn embarked on a weight loss regime that nearly cost her life. After reading diet books after diet books, cutting out pictures from magazines, and exercising to a workout video multiple times a night, Crystal still wasn’t happy. Having nearly starving herself and exercising six hours a day, after three months, Crystal was starting to get the body she had imagined. Throughout the next three years, Crystal dropped nearly 90 pounds and despite her dwindling health, was often praised by her agency for her waif-like frame.
); her body max index (the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters) is 21. Through dieting and exercise, she lost 13.6 kg (30 lbs) and stopped menstruating four months ago; her current body-mass index is 16. She denies having any problems and is annoyed that her parents, friends, and teachers are concerned. (p. 1) The scenario presents a situation indicative of an Anorexia Nervosa disorder. Anorexia Nervosa can have very serious medical complications that will require medical interventions.
June, a 34-year-old divorced woman diagnosed with severe anorexia, is hospitalized. Her doctors feel she may need to be placed on a feeding tube soon to save her life. Initially June agreed to the feeding tube. However, in the evening (before the tube has been placed), she became combative, disoriented, and refused to have the feeding tube placed. Her mother and father insisted that the feeding tube be inserted despite her refusal to allow it.
I inherited the gene from my mother and her side of the family. However it is my choice if I want to allow obesity to take over my life or do something about it. I have heard many people say that “Weight Watchers is not a diet; it’s a way of life.” I intend to complete my narration essay on what I learn from attending a Weight Watcher’s meeting. In my essay I will include what I learn about the diet program, if in fact it is considered a diet program. I will also discuss some of the information that the leader of the meeting will pass on to the clientele.
It is other factors such as age and location that contribute to the relationship and determine the level of closeness. Emily’s lack of emotion towards her mother can be attributed to a number of issues in her youth. Since Emily was born, her mother had been working diligently to support the family. To make matters worse, she was only nineteen when Emily was born. Her husband left early on in Emily’s life and her mother was forced to leave her with friends or send her to day care.
At the end of her eighth grade year your mom, broke from the free clinic fees, noticed an alarming lack of menstruation in her usually opulent cycles. It's unlucky for you she couldn't afford birth control or an abortion. Yes, it seemed that your mom had finally become your mom. As her pride and joy you've already helped her earn more