A randomized controlled comparison of integrative cognitive-affective therapy (ICAT) and enhanced cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT-E) for bulimia nervosa.

@article{Wonderlich2014ARC,
  title={A randomized controlled comparison of integrative cognitive-affective therapy (ICAT) and enhanced cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT-E) for bulimia nervosa.},
  author={Stephen A. Wonderlich and Carol B Peterson and Ross D. Crosby and Tracey L Smith and Marjorie H. Klein and James E. Mitchell and Scott J Crow},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={44 3},
  pages={543-53}
}
BACKGROUND The purpose of this investigation was to compare a new psychotherapy for bulimia nervosa (BN), integrative cognitive-affective therapy (ICAT), with an established treatment, 'enhanced' cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT-E). METHOD Eighty adults with symptoms of BN were randomized to ICAT or CBT-E for 21 sessions over 19 weeks. Bulimic symptoms… CONTINUE READING