Véniez Drug Rehab Center© for Abuse & Addiction’s

The Véniez Drug Rehab Center© for Abuse & Addiction


 

Eating disorders

 

 

With or without a learnt a root, eating disorders are greatly influenced and controlled by emotional and cultural factors. Misunderstood by most of society, the stigma of eating disorders has long kept individuals suffering in brutal silence, without access to proper treatment. Moreover, on account of a lack of information and educational materials, many experienced professionals and the public in general have failed to recognize the life-threatening consequences of these terrible conditions. While eating disorders are a critical danger to both mind and body, there is now help available and recovery is possible with the right treatment plan and tools.

 

 

Anorexia nervosa

 

 

Like all addictive diseases, eating disorders come in many different forms and affect a wide variety of individuals. The most widely recognized type is anorexia nervosa which is characterized by self-starvation and excessive weight loss. Occurring both in males and females, the disease is characterized by the individual's refusal to maintain a minimally normal body weight, an intense fear of gaining a single ounce, and a profound distortion in the perception of body size and shape. Individuals suffering from this disease are convinced they are fat even when they appear to everyone else like mere skin and bones.

 

With an excessive focus on weight and appearance, eating disorders also greatly affect athletes. In a study of Division 1 NCAA athletes, over one-third of female athletes reported symptoms and perceptions that place them at high risk for anorexia nervosa.

 

Many recent cases of anorexia nervosa have been reported in boys and girls under the age of fifteen, and Newsweek produced a cover story reporting on the disease's devastating consequences in families. In other words, eating disorders don't only affect models and actors, but ravages people across the societal board.



Bulimia nervosa and binge eating

 

 

Bulimia is characterized by the purging of most eaten food through self-induced vomiting, excessive exercise and the taking of laxatives. Binge eating in males and females is a severe disorder of recurrent compulsive overeating. Although both bulimia and binge eating involve excessive overeating, the purging to prevent any weight gain is notably absent in bingeing.


To effectively treat clients with eating disorders, it is necessary to change their perception of their bodies and provide alternative ways of managing their emotions. At The Véniez Drug Rehab Center©, our treatment team has experience with aiding clients with eating disorders find recovery, and start living a healthier life.

 

 

The solution for Eating disorders


 

Our treatment philosophy focuses on; THERE IS A REASON FOR EVERYTHING.

 

We believe recovery success depends on successfully returning to normal life.



 THERE IS A REASON FOR EVERYTHING

Identify the causes, the sources of his or her addiction and eliminate them in four sessions.


The solution in Psychotherapy, Hypnosis with L'Approche Véniez© is to identify the causes, the source of his or her symptoms to eliminate them. The most precise and fastest way is with L'Approche Véniez©. These different techniques are used; visualization, breathing and relaxation, hypnotism, the subliminal, and post-hypnotic suggestions. There is nothing artificial or supernaturel about hypnosis.


  • The first session consists of a series of questions asked to the individual to obtain therapeutic useful information about the patient. This session allows the therapist to understand his patient and explain to him how the therapy will take place. At the end of this first session, the therapist will introduce a brief induction of hypnosis to his patient. (duration of the meeting is usually an hour, sometimes more).

  • The second session consists of a light follow-up by the therapist and deepening the patient's hypnotic state.  (duration of the session is between 45 minutes to an hour).

  • The third session consists of the work, acceptance, the release of shocks, traumatisms or causes of the lack of security experienced by the patient. (duration of the session is usually 1 hour or more).

  • The fourth session consists of closing, reconciliation of the adult and the inner child, an experience of self-identity, self-confidence and loveing yourself. (duration of the session is between 45 minutes to an hour).


Once this work is done the results are permenent. The patient is self-sufficient and does not need further treatments. A brief follow-up may be in order.

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