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15.06.2021 | original article

Sensory wellbeing workshops for inpatient and day-care patients with anorexia nervosa

verfasst von: Dr. Kate Tchanturia, C. Baillie, C. Biggs, A. Carr, A. Harrison, Z. Li, C. McFie, O. Oyeleye, C. Toloza

Erschienen in: neuropsychiatrie

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Summary

Background

The wellbeing of patients with eating disorders is one of the priorities in the “bigger picture” of treatment for eating disorders. Sensory soothing strategies for sensory sensitivities are supportive tools which could be useful in day-care and inpatient clinical programmes.

Methods

Evaluation of multiple separate sensory wellbeing workshops consisting of psychoeducation and experiential components delivered in inpatient and intensive day-care services was performed. Participants’ self-report questionnaires were evaluated pre- and post-workshop. Additionally, patients’ comments and qualitative feedback was collected after completion of the workshop.

Results

There was strong evidence that self-reported awareness of sensory wellbeing, awareness of strategies to enhance sensory wellbeing, and confidence in managing sensory wellbeing increased after the workshops with positive qualitative feedback from participants. The feedback questionnaires highlighted that patients found the sessions useful and were able to use some of the skills and strategies they learned in the workshop.

Conclusion

This pilot work on sensory wellbeing workshops with a protocol-based format was feasible and beneficial for the patient group. Preliminary evidence suggests that delivery of similar workshops could be sensible in addition to treatment as usual in inpatient and day-care programmes.

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Metadaten
Titel
Sensory wellbeing workshops for inpatient and day-care patients with anorexia nervosa
verfasst von
Dr. Kate Tchanturia
C. Baillie
C. Biggs
A. Carr
A. Harrison
Z. Li
C. McFie
O. Oyeleye
C. Toloza
Publikationsdatum
15.06.2021
Verlag
Springer Vienna
Erschienen in
neuropsychiatrie
Print ISSN: 0948-6259
Elektronische ISSN: 2194-1327
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s40211-021-00392-y