A Fictional Case Study Involving Person-Centred Therapy and Transpersonal Psychotherapy in Conceptualizing and Treating Bulimia Nervosa

  • Kelly A. Kilrea Saint Paul University Member Number: 9314, Member Type: Full A, Expiry Month: October, Expiry Year: 2009, Membership Fee: 150, Renewal Type: Renewal
  • Sheri Richer Saint Paul University
Keywords: Case Conceptualization, Bulimia Nervosa, Person-Centered Therapy, Transpersonal Psychotherapy, Meaning, Purpose

Abstract

This fictional case study explores various components of person-centred therapy and transpersonal psychotherapy as applied to the conceptualization of a bulimia nervosa case study and psychotherapeutic treatment. The strengths and limitations of these theories in the conceptualization and treatment of bulimia nervosa are discussed.

Published
2017-05-15
How to Cite
Kilrea, K. A., & Richer, S. (2017). A Fictional Case Study Involving Person-Centred Therapy and Transpersonal Psychotherapy in Conceptualizing and Treating Bulimia Nervosa. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 51(2). Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/61131
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