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Different psychotherapy approaches help in the treatment of eating disorders in their unique ways.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). CBT helps individuals with eating disorders evaluate their negative thought and behaviour patterns regarding their self-image, shape, and weight and replace them with more constructive ones. This helps them reduce their harmful behaviours such as purging, strict dieting, or binge eating, and their negative feelings.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). DBT helps individuals with eating disorders become aware of their feelings in situations that act as ‘triggers’ for the unhealthy eating patterns. DBT helps the individuals find healthier ways of coping with the triggers rather than engaging in their eating disorder pattern.
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). Rather than focusing on changing eating habits, IPT focuses on helping the individual improve and strengthen their relationships with others, with the understanding that feeling better about themselves and their relationships would lead to a decrease in their disordered eating.
Family-Based Therapy (FBT). In FBT, the family is made to play an active role in helping the individual with eating disorder recover from it. The family is encouraged to take back control of the individual’s eating and help them to eat what is required for them to maintain a good, physical health. After eating is controlled, other deeper issues causing distress to the individual and family are addressed in therapy.

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How effective is Psychotherapy for Eating Disorder?

Psychotherapy is effective in helping monitor and to change the destructive eating habits characteristic of people with eating disorders, helping them identify and change their negative thought patterns related to self-image, weight, and shape, and replace them with healthier, more constructive ways of thinking and perceiving.

What are the benefits of Psychotherapy for Eating Disorder?

Psychotherapy offers many benefits in the treatment of eating disorders including –

  • Helping the individual understand the root causes of their eating disorder,
  • Changing the way the individual thinks about themselves and their eating,
  • Helping the individual learn new ways to cope with their distressing emotions and situations,
  • Treatment of other possible co-morbid conditions such as anxiety or depression,
  • Building a positive relationship with food.
  • Enhance self-image and body image.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of sessions differs based on each individual’s unique condition and response to treatment.

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