What Happens After the Last Click? Changes in Symptoms and Motivation to Change After Completing an Internet-Delivered Intervention to Enhance Motivation to Change in Patients With Eating Disorders

Autor(en): von Brachel, Ruth
Windgassen, Anja
Hoetzel, Katrin
Hirschfeld, Gerrit
Vocks, Silja 
Stichwörter: ANOREXIA-NERVOSA; BEHAVIOR; BULIMIA-NERVOSA; DROPOUT; eating disorders; Internet-delivered intervention; INTERVIEW; long-term effects; motivation to change; PROGRAM; Psychology; Psychology, Clinical; QUESTIONNAIRE; RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED-TRIAL; READINESS; THERAPY
Erscheinungsdatum: 2016
Herausgeber: HOGREFE & HUBER PUBLISHERS
Journal: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE UND PSYCHOTHERAPIE
Volumen: 45
Ausgabe: 1
Startseite: 26
Seitenende: 35
Zusammenfassung: 
Background: Previous studies show that web-based interventions are able to enhance motivation to change in women with eating disorders in the short term; however, little is known about the stability of these effects. Objective: To investigate motivation to change, eating disorder psychopathology, and self-esteem in subjects 8 weeks after finishing a web-based motivational enhancement program. Method: In all, 90 women completed the Stages of Change Questionnaire for Eating Disorders, the Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire, and the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale after the intervention (post) and at 8 weeks' follow-up. Results: Stable effects were found for motivation to change and self-esteem. Additionally, participants showed significant improvement concerning their eating disorder psychopathology. Conclusion: This study shows the long-term effectiveness of a web-based intervention to enhance motivation in women with eating disorders.
ISSN: 16163443
DOI: 10.1026/1616-3443/a000349

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