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Helpful and unhelpful aspects of eating disorders treatment involving psychological therapy

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Authors: Ladislav Timulak, Julia Buckroyd, Jan Klimas, 
Mary Creaner, David Wellsted, Frances Bunn, Siobhan
Bradshaw and George Green

BACP Code: N/A

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Helpful and unhelpful aspects of eating disorders treatment involving psychological therapy: a meta-synthesis of qualitative research studies authored by Ladislav Timulak, Julia Buckroyd, Jan Klimas, Mary Creaner, David Wellsted, Frances Bunn, Siobhan Bradshaw and George Green.

This meta-analysis, published in June 2013, sought to review and meta-analyse qualitative studies investigating helpful and unhelpful aspects of eating disorders treatment that involved psychological therapy. In total, 25 papers (24 studies) were systematically reviewed to discover what clients with an eating disorder diagnosis identified as helpful or unhelpful in their treatment. The studies involved 1,058 participants with an age range of 11 to 50, across a number of different countries.  

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