1:2:1 Podcast

James Lock on family-based therapy for anorexia

According to new research, two family-based therapies are both effective at combating anorexia nervosa in teenagers. The findings from a multi-site study is the largest trial ever to compare two such treatments for the life threatening eating disorder. In this podcast, Stanford eating disorder expert James Lock, MD, PhD, and director of the Comprehensive Eating Disorders Clinic at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, discusses the study and why intervening during the teenage years offer the best hope for long term recovery from anorexia.  

Length: 35 mins. 10 sec.

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