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Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with a client with bulimia nervosa.

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Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with a client with bulimia nervosa.

Psychotherapy (Chic). 2016 Jun;53(2):206-15

Authors: Lunn S, Daniel SI, Poulsen S

Abstract
This case study presents the progress of one patient with bulimia nervosa who was originally very compromised in psychological domains that are the focus of analytic treatment, and includes in-session therapeutic process and a range of outcomes, for example, eating disorder symptoms, attachment status, and reflective functioning. Nested in a study showing more rapid behavioral improvement in subjects receiving cognitive behavior therapy than in subjects receiving psychoanalytic psychotherapy, the case highlights the importance of supplementing RCTs with single case studies and the need of adapting the therapeutic approach as well as the current therapeutic dialogue to the individual client. (PsycINFO Database Record

PMID: 27267505 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

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