Binge Eating eTherapy: An Online CBT Program for Bulimia Nervosa
About this study
Binge Eating eTherapy (BEeT) is an online therapy program to help treat people with Bulimia Nervosa. BEeT uses low-intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. The program involves 10 sessions, completed at your own pace. Each session is highly interactive, featuring therapy videos, psycho-education, personal stories and activities.
• Engage in binge eating and compensatory behaviours (e.g., purge, restrict, excessive exercise, laxatives/diuretics)
• Age of 16+ years
• BMI of 20+
• Access to digital device & internet
*Eligibility subject to screening phone call & GP check
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