Jaargang 29 (2009)
Nummer: 2
Artikel: 93

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Samenvatting

In dit artikel wordt een experimentele methode beschreven voor het behandelen van een verstoorde lichaamsbeleving bij eetstoornispatiënten. Mindful SpiegelExposure (MSE) omvat acht wekelijkse sessies van een halfuur waarin de patiënt (gekleed) voor een passpiegel staat en wordt geïnstrueerd haar gehele lichaam te observeren en te beschrijven in objectieve, niet-oordelende termen om zodoende lichaamsangst te reduceren en lichaamsacceptatie te bevorderen. Toegelicht worden achtereenvolgens de theoretische achtergronden van MSE, het door ons ontwikkelde therapieprotocol en de ervaringen hiermee tijdens twee gevalsstudies. Na het plaatsen van enige kritische kanttekeningen bij de methode wordt afgesloten met de suggestie dat MSE een therapievorm is die goed verdragen wordt en waarde kan toevoegen aan bestaande behandelingen van eetstoornissen.

Summary

This article describes the development of a manualised Mindful Mirror Exposure (MME) treatment intervention for eating disordered patients, involving 8 weekly sessions during which the patient is placed in front of a full-length mirror, and is instructed to observe her body, to describe it, from head to toe, and to be non-judgmental. The goal of the intervention is to reduce body-anxiety and promote body-acceptance. Having applied this intervention in two case-studies, we will present theory, contents and preliminary results of MME, including patients’ views. It is suggested that MME is well tolerated and valued by patients and may enhance existing treatments of eating disorders.

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