Therapies are focused on the treatment of eating disorders and states associated with them including anxiety, low self-esteem and sometimes depression.
This type of therapy is said to be integrative because it includes different methods. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) considers the patient’s current difficulties and is based on practical exercises involving eating behaviour. Work around emotions is crucial.
Depending on the patient’s needs, psychotherapy can integrate elements coming from other branches of psychology including Sensory Perception, Mindfulness, Psychoanalysis or other fields.
The psychotherapy is tailored to each person.