It may be clear from our name that our practice prioritizes engaging in evidence-based treatment for psychological concerns. What might be less clear is what evidence-based treatment actually consists of.
In 2006, the American Psychological Association defined evidence-based practice as the integration of three components of care:
- “The best available research” with
- “clinical expertise” in the context of
- “patient characteristics, culture and preferences”
What does all that mean? Since eating disorders are one of the psychological concerns that we ...Continue Reading →