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Prioritizing Family-Centered Mental Health Care for Pediatric Patients With Eating Disorders—Reply

Prioritizing Family-Centered Mental Health Care for Pediatric Patients With Eating Disorders—Reply Letters the guidelines with reliable data, including the evaluation of the disease, and the quality of the patient’s relationships. By their potential effect on diagnoses and admissions rate and on engaging both parents in patients’ psychiatric consultation, cli- possible negative economic and familial consequences. This nicians can gather a more complete view of the psychopatho- task appears to be particularly difficult for the management logic symptoms and potentially highlight critical areas of in- of neonatal hypoglycemia because reports suggest that glu- terpersonal family conflicts that may negatively affect daily cose level can vary considerably in individual infants who do life. On the other hand, by inviting the entire family to pedi- not rarely have episodes of transient hypoglycemia, likely atric psychiatry consultations, the clinician may have a privi- without effect on neurodevelopment. leged view of the family functioning. As we previously reported, the use of validated observational procedures to ob- Carlo Dani, MD serve family triadic interactions (eg, the clinical version of the Iuri Corsini, MD Lausanne Trilogue Play) may be highly beneficial to highlight potential dysfunctional dynamics that may inform and im- Author Affiliations: Division of Neonatology, Careggi University Hospital of prove the therapeutic process. Florence, Florence, Italy http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Pediatrics American Medical Association

Prioritizing Family-Centered Mental Health Care for Pediatric Patients With Eating Disorders—Reply

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2020 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
2168-6203
eISSN
2168-6211
DOI
10.1001/jamapediatrics.2020.5164
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Abstract

Letters the guidelines with reliable data, including the evaluation of the disease, and the quality of the patient’s relationships. By their potential effect on diagnoses and admissions rate and on engaging both parents in patients’ psychiatric consultation, cli- possible negative economic and familial consequences. This nicians can gather a more complete view of the psychopatho- task appears to be particularly difficult for the management logic symptoms and potentially highlight critical areas of in- of neonatal hypoglycemia because reports suggest that glu- terpersonal family conflicts that may negatively affect daily cose level can vary considerably in individual infants who do life. On the other hand, by inviting the entire family to pedi- not rarely have episodes of transient hypoglycemia, likely atric psychiatry consultations, the clinician may have a privi- without effect on neurodevelopment. leged view of the family functioning. As we previously reported, the use of validated observational procedures to ob- Carlo Dani, MD serve family triadic interactions (eg, the clinical version of the Iuri Corsini, MD Lausanne Trilogue Play) may be highly beneficial to highlight potential dysfunctional dynamics that may inform and im- Author Affiliations: Division of Neonatology, Careggi University Hospital of prove the therapeutic process. Florence, Florence, Italy

Journal

JAMA PediatricsAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 21, 2021

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