THE EFFICACY ANALYSIS OF METHODS AND STRATEGIES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HELP WITH FOOD BEHAVIOR DISORDERS
psychological journal, психологічний журнал, психологический журнал, психология, psychology, science, review, наукова публікація, научная публикация, статья
Larysa Absalyamova
G.S. Skovoroda National Pedagogical University
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Keywords

food behavior, psychological help, disorder of food behavior, cognitive-behavioral theory, cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, strategies of counseling, self-monitoring, motivational questioning

How to Cite

Absalyamova, L. (2017). THE EFFICACY ANALYSIS OF METHODS AND STRATEGIES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HELP WITH FOOD BEHAVIOR DISORDERS. PSYCHOLOGICAL JOURNAL, 3(5), 9-19. https://doi.org/10.31108/1.2017.5.9.1

Abstract

Рsychological help at disorders of food behavior is investigated іn the article. It is viewed  as a supporting  process for raising of priorities and aims, and also creation of the individualized plans of action, that acknowledges and supports responsibility of the client. It is underlined that the behavioral theory and the cognitive-behavioral theory are based on supposition, that all behavior is learned, and that internal and external factors influence on personal behavior. These theories encourage such strategies, as self-monitoring and decision of problems, that does people more attentive to the internal and external factors and reactions on these factors. Therapeutic efficiency of these theories is checked up in different empiric researches. Substantive provisions are analysed in relation to the counceling on the problems of food behavior, carried out by specialists, that has ability to improve the loss of weight, stabilizing of weight, levels of blood sugar for people with diabetes of the second type and risks of cardiovascular illnesses. Very many experimental data confirm a hypothesis that cognitive-behavioral therapy facilitates the behavioral changes, aimed at the decline of risk of cardiovascular illnesses, warning and treatment of diabetes and loss of weight. Convincing empiric data confirm efficiency of self-monitoring, motivational questioning (in particular, in combination with cognitive-behavioral therapy), replacement of meal and structured meal plans as strategies in a psychological help to the people with disorders of food behavior.

 

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