Cognitive-behavioral treatment of anorexia nervosa.


This article outlines a cognitive-behavioral outpatient program for the treatment of anorexia nervosa. The rationale for this treatment is based on two primary assumptions about the anorectic condition: first, that anorexia nervosa develops as a way of coping with life stresses; and second, that anorexia nervosa develops into a self-sustaining "food phobia… (More)


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