NEDC Fact Sheet - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Guided Self Help (CBT-GSH)

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This resource is for GPs and health professionals who are seeking a better understanding of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Guided Self Help (CBT-GSH) in eating disorders, and their role in using this as a treatment in some eating disorder presentations.

It presents in a FAQ format, addressing the "who, what, how" of CBT-GSH, the clinical considerations and accessing further professional development. 

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