Motivational Interviewing: how does this innovative therapy help some women with Binge Eating Disorder?

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Tue, 2011-02-08 06:00

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Presented by the Canadian Women’s Health Network in collaboration with National Eating Disorder Information Centre during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week Motivational interviewing is a non-confrontational psychotherapy approach designed to work with feelings of ambivalence that people might have about making behavioural changes. The therapist expresses empathy and supports the client’s self-determination. Dr. Stephanie Cassin presents the findings of her research on the efficacy of Motivational Interviewing with people who have Binge Eating Disorder. 

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Academy for Eating Disorders

Look at the Forest Hill Centre for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to find out about Dr. Cassin's therapeutic approach and contact info