Enhanced Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for adolescents with eating disorders: An effective alternative

Riccardo Dalle Grave, MD, FAED

Based on the promising results obtained by studies on Enhanced Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT-E) with younger patients, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence has recommended CBT-E for adolescence as an alternative to Family Based Treatment both for anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. This training will present data on the effectiveness of CBT-E for adolescents, along with a detailed description on how to adapt CBT-E for adolescents in clinical settings.

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