Family-based therapy preferred for teen anorexia
A new study shows that family-based therapies are twice as effective as individual therapy at combating anorexia nervosa in teenagers. The study, which compares two different family-based therapies, adds to a growing body of evidence supporting the value of parents’ involvement in anorexia treatment, according to researchers at Stanford University.
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