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Thérapie familiale et anorexie mentale

  • Fabienne Perdereau
  • Nathalie Godart
Thérapeutique
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Résumé

Cet article expose, d’abord dans une perspective historique, les différentes descriptions cliniques des familles de patients anorexiques ainsi que leur place dans les prises en charge au cours du temps. Ensuite, au travers d’une revue de la littérature internationale des études cliniques randomisées, l’intérêt de la thérapie familiale pour des patientes adolescentes ou adultes est discutée. Après une brève description de différentes formes de thérapies familiales, nous détaillons les soins actuellement prodigués dans notre service et l’implication de la famille des patients. Enfin, la méthodologie d’une étude visant à évaluer l’intérêt de la thérapie familiale dans notre programme de traitement est évoquée.

Abstract

This article deals with the family environment of anorexic patients and the role of the family in the treatment of this condition. Beginning with a historical overview, the article then turns to a review of current literature relating to the role of family therapy for adolescent and adult patients, as well as a short description of the various treatment techniques used. After that, a detailed description is given of the treatment regimes currently employed in the author’s clinic, and the role of the patients’ families in this treatment setting. Finally, the methodology of our study comparing the effectiveness of two different family therapy programmes for discharged anorexic patients is described.

Mots Clés

Anorexie mentale Thérapie familiale Évaluation des traitements 

Family therapy and anorexia nervosa

Keywords

Anorexia nervosa Family therapy Treatment evaluation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Service de psychiatrie de l’adolescent et du jeune adulteInstitut Mutualiste MontsourisParis

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