[The efficacy of outpatient client-centered psychotherapy for bulimia nervosa: results of a randomised controlled trial].

@article{Schuetzmann2010TheEO,
  title={[The efficacy of outpatient client-centered psychotherapy for bulimia nervosa: results of a randomised controlled trial].},
  author={Karsten Schuetzmann and Melanie Schuetzmann and Jochen Eckert},
  journal={Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, medizinische Psychologie},
  year={2010},
  volume={60 2},
  pages={52-63}
}
The efficacy of outpatient client-centered psychotherapy (CCP) for bulimia nervosa was investigated using guided self help (GSH) as comparison group. In the initial CCP-group ( N=29), 27,6% still met the diagnostic criteria at end of treatment and 34,5% at follow-up. In the completer sample ( N=25), 16% met the diagnostic criteria at end of treatment and 0% at follow-up; significant improvements in eating behaviour, comorbid and general psychopathology could be demonstrated which persisted over… CONTINUE READING