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The leading evidence-based treatment for eating disorders is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Enhanced (CBT-E; NICE Guidelines, 2017). There is a large body of research to suggest that CBT-E is effective in helping individuals achieve full recovery from eating disorders. Due to this, CBT-E is the primary form of therapy used within treatment. However, at times other therapeutic approaches might also be incorporated into the sessions, based on individual needs.
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