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Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) was developed by Dr. Albert Ellis. REBT proposes that it is the meaning that we attach to events that makes us feel a certain way rather than because of the events themselves. Moreover, REBT aims at recognizing, challenging, and replacing the irrational and distorted ways of thinking in individuals with eating disorders in order to influence their emotional states and behaviours positively. REBT’s concept of developing unconditional love for self, others, and life is effective in challenging the perfectionism and unrealistic body image goals in individuals with eating disorders. REBT’s emphasis on the need for developing a vital absorbing interest could be quite useful in diverting the attention of individuals with eating disorders away from their bodies and food towards the development of what makes their lives more stimulating and enhances their quality of life. REBT has also been effective in addressing issues with self-esteem, binge eating, body dissatisfaction, depression, anxiety, and covert narcissism – characteristic of those with eating disorders.

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How effective is REBT for Eating Disorder?

REBT is effective in challenging and changing the negative thought patterns that contribute to the eating disorder as well as learning more self, other, and life accepting philosophies that reduce perfectionism, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, body dissatisfaction, etc. that is often characteristic of eating disorders.

What are the benefits of REBT for Eating Disorder?

REBT has positive effects on an individual’s self-esteem, reduces binge eating, anxiety, depression, body dissatisfaction, perfectionism, and covert narcissism, enhances an individual’s unconditional love for self, others, and life, and challenges the distorted ways of thinking and behaving while replacing them with more constructive alternatives. REBT helps an individual with an eating disorder not only feel better but also get better.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of sessions required differs from individual-to-individual based on their severity of condition as well as their response to the therapy sessions.

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