Residential Treatment for Obese Children

May 2004
Eating Disorders Review;May/Jun2004, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p1
Academic Journal
Reports on the results of a 10-month residential program designed to treat obesity in children. Comparison between the effect of extended treatment programs aimed at coping with binges and maintenance of weight loss and a standard CBT treatment program implemented in a non-diet, healthy lifestyle approach; Success of treatment measured with the Eating Disorder Examination, Perceived Competence Scale for Children and Child Behavior Checklist.


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