The journey from opposition to recovery from eating disorders: multidisciplinary model integrating narrative counselling and motivational interviewing in traditional approaches

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In the world of today's of ever-briefer therapies and interventions, people often seem more interested in outcome than process. This paper focuses on the processes used by a multidisciplinary team in the journey from opposition to change to recovery from eating disorders. The approach outlined is most relevant to those with severe and enduring illness.

AuthorGolan, Moria
JournalJournal of Eating Disorders
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