Schema therapy for eating disorders : Therapist reflections from implementation of a multisite trial

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Smith, Evelyn, Brockman, Robert and Mendez, Claudia. (2019). Schema therapy for eating disorders : Therapist reflections from implementation of a multisite trial. In In Simpson, Susan and Smith, Evelyn (Ed.). Schema therapy for eating disorders : Theory and practice for individual and group settings pp. 252-261 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429295713-15
AuthorsSmith, Evelyn, Brockman, Robert and Mendez, Claudia
EditorsSimpson, Susan and Smith, Evelyn
Abstract

Implementing a psychotherapy trial presents difficulties to even the most seasoned clinical researchers. Implementing a psychotherapy trial in the context of eating disorder (ED) patients presents inherent additional challenges, particularly in a group context. In this chapter, we reflect on and share key lessons learned from implementing a multisite trial of group schema therapy (ST) for EDs. We believe these lessons will have clear implications for those seeking to implement similar schema group programs, and include coverage of some key issues that arose from the assessment phase, through to therapy implementation and follow-up.

Page range252-261
Year2019
Book titleSchema therapy for eating disorders : Theory and practice for individual and group settings
PublisherRoutledge
Routledge
Place of publicationLondon, United Kingdom
New York, New York
ISBN9780367272395
9780367272401
9780429295713
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429295713-15
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