Harvard Mental Health Letter

In brief: Study suggests how to tailor cognitive behavioral therapy for patients with eating disorders

Patients with eating disorders who also had problems with self-esteem or interpersonal relationships responded favorably to treatment that combined cognitive behavioral therapy with counseling to address their underlying issues.
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