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There are various issues that are worked on in group therapy sessions for people with eating disorders which include –
• Identifying and changing negative beliefs and cognitions,
• Finding strategies to replace unhealthy behavioural patterns with healthier ones,
• Relapse prevention,
• Enhancing the social-relational as well as emotional growth,
• Learning more about the eating disorders, their causes and contributing factors,
• Learning new ways to cope with the disorder as well as any emotional distress.
A group session can last for 1-2 hours. It usually has 5-10 members and is conducted on a regular basis. It can serve as an important facet of the recovery for individuals with eating disorders as it provides a non-judgemental and safe space for individuals to discuss about and change the unhelpful patterns of thoughts and behaviours associated with their disorder. Group therapy can be used as an adjunct treatment in addition to individual therapy sessions for ensuring the most effective recovery.

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How effective is Group Therapy for Eating Disorder?

Group therapy is found to be effective in reducing the symptoms related to one’s eating disorder including the unhealthy thoughts, feelings, and behaviours associated with the disorder.

What are the benefits of Group Therapy for Eating Disorder?

Group therapy reduces the sense of isolation for the person with the eating disorder, allows a safe and non-judgemental space for them to share their experiences, thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, teaches them skills to cope with their distress, help them identify and change the patterns of thinking and behaving that perpetuate their eating disorder, and find ways to prevent a relapse after successful recovery.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of sessions in group therapy can be pre-determined based on the designed modules, or it could be an ongoing group in which case the number of sessions required depends on the individual’s severity of condition as well as their response to the sessions.

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