Let’s explore some of the ways that current evidence-based eating disorder treatments are narrow in scope for diverse patient populations.
Current guidelines inform that CBT-E is the most appropriate alternative to FBT for adolescents with anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa.
Let’s consider some statistics that show that eating disorders cast a wide net, affecting 9 percent of the population worldwide.
By merging FBT and DBT, providers can take an integrated approach for “hard to treat” adolescent eating disorders.
For “hard to treat” eating disorders in adolescents, an integrated treatment approach of FBT and FBT often proves best.
Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, referred to as CBT-E, is the leading evidence-based treatment for adults with disordered eating.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents (DBT-A) is the treatment of choice for teens with serious issues, including eating disorders.
Rather than reinvent the wheel, we’ve curated some helpful articles on the topic of Thanksgiving and eating disorder recovery.
Trans Day of Remembrance is on November 20th, honoring the memory of trans people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-trans violence.
Researchers have studied gratitude’s impact on human behavior, emotion, and cognition and found that gratitude has a positive effect.