Clinical Guidelines for Therapeutic Interventions for Eating Disorders (EDQ)

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Current clinical guidelines for the treatment of eating disorders in Australia are aimed at treatments for medical and psychiatric care in line with the DSM-5 and International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10). The EDQ clinical guidelines presented here have been specifically developed to inform clinical therapeutic practice with clients who have eating disorders, rather than to manage their medical and psychiatric care. 


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