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DBT and Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders' Prevalence and Consequences

According to the National Eating Disorder Association
(2013), 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from a clinically
significant eating disorder including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge
eating disorder or eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) at a point
in their lifetime. Eating disorders can result in a wide range of physical and

DBT Treatment Modes

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Overview

Psychotherapy for Pain Management

Depressed Adolescent

Psychological Reactions to Pain

Pain is an essential biological function that signals damage in the body, prevents further damage by limiting mobility of the affected area and promotes healing. Pain can become chronic as a result of abnormal healing, additional damage or failed medical interventions.

DBT for Suicidal Risk in Adolescents

Depressed Adolescent

Adolescents and Suicide 

Suicidal behavioral is a significant health concern for adolescents. It is the third leading cause of death preceded only by accidents and cancer for ages 10-14, and accidents and homicide for ages 15-19 (Martin et al., 2008).