Evidence-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders

Evidence-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders

By Jana Keith-Jennings, LMSW Eating disorders are officially classified as psychiatric disorders, but the behaviors can lead to catastrophic physical problems and can be fatal. Given the prevalence and risk of eating disorders, there’s been increased focus on...
Finding a CBT-E Therapist

Finding a CBT-E Therapist

With notable consistency across clinical trials, Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) has been shown to be the most effective outpatient treatment for eating disorders in adults. Last week’s blog post provided details about the treatment and what you could...
Learn More About CBT-E

Learn More About CBT-E

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a popular therapy modality with adaptations to treat a wide range of mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, OCD and more. Broadly, CBT focuses on identifying patterns of thoughts, emotions and/or behaviors that...
Learn About CBT-E

Learn About CBT-E

Let’s learn about CBT-E. The first line treatment for eating disorders is called Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E). “It’s a well-studied treatment, and it’s really considered the gold standard treatment for any form of disordered...