Eating disorders: Screening, identification & Referral Guide
About this resource
Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses with a range of potentially life-threatening medical complications. This guide can help you identify and assess eating disorders through common physical, behavioural and psychological symptoms and signs.
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Locating the mechanisms of therapeutic agency in family-based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa: A pilot study of clinician/researcher perspectives
The theoretical agnosticism of family-based treatment (FBT) has precluded a thorough understanding of treatment mechanisms. We examined clinician and researcher perspectives on the mechanisms of FBT.Read more
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