Running Head : AN CLIENTS ’ PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR THERAPIST ’ S BODY

@inproceedings{Moller2016RunningH,
  title={Running Head : AN CLIENTS ’ PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR THERAPIST ’ S BODY},
  author={Naomi P Moller},
  year={2016}
}
Although people with an eating disorder are known to observe and assess body related stimuli, research has yet to explore these behaviors in the therapy room. Consequently, practitioners do not know if their body is having an impact on their client or the therapy process. This lack of knowledge is problematic given the poor recovery rates and high levels of drop out in eating disorders treatment. Using semi-structured interviews this study investigated the beliefs and experiences of 11 women… CONTINUE READING

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