A narrative review of schemas and schema therapy outcomes in the eating disorders.

  title={A narrative review of schemas and schema therapy outcomes in the eating disorders.},
  author={Matthew A. Pugh},
  journal={Clinical psychology review},
Whilst cognitive-behavioural therapy has demonstrated efficacy in the treatment of eating disorders, therapy outcomes and current conceptualizations still remain inadequate. In light of these shortcomings there has been growing interest in the utility of schema therapy applied to eating pathology. The present article first provides a narrative review of empirical literature exploring schemas and schema processes in eating disorders. Secondly, it critically evaluates outcome studies assessing… CONTINUE READING

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