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Author Topic: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Effective Eating Disorder treatment  (Read 6792 times)

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Effective Eating Disorder treatment
« on: September 14, 2009, 01:49:07 am »
Eating disorders are about much more than food and weight. They stem from multifaceted psychological issues. In fact eating disorders may have life-threatening physical and emotional consequences. Today if we carefully study the current scenario then we can see that eating disorders, such as compulsive or binge eating, anorexia and bulimia has widely affected millions of people in every walk of life. It is more kind of psychiatric illnesses and addictive disorders that has affected many people across the globe.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a type of psychotherapy that generally gives emphasis to the vital role of thinking in what we do and how we feel. It is primarily based on the idea that our thoughts affect our feelings and behaviors. Focusing on this prime fact, therapists try to help people in re-shaping their feelings about food and bodies so that suffer can make healthy choices instead of disordered ones. As Therapists follow a psychotherapeutic approach, they try to learn what their clients want out of life. During this eating disorder treatment procedure, therapist's role is to listen, educate and encourage, while the client's roles is to convey concerns, learn and execute that learning.

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