Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Eating Disorders by ProQuest

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The other important point of view that they hold is that there is no reference to the concept of "personality disorder," although the group acknowledges that they see types of patients that tend to be given diagnoses of personality disorders. "Enhanced" cognitive behavior therapy (CBT-E), is a "treatment for eatingdisorder psychopathology, rather than an eating-disorder diagnosis" (p. 23) It is of import to note that no specific professional qualifications are required to practice CBT-E.

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