Applied Improvisation in Eating Disorder Therapy

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Applied improvisation is easily integrated into therapy for eating disorder patients in that it can effectively guide them through treatment and help with the eating process. Unfortunately, this relationship between the two is often overseen as the evidence behind this methodology is relatively new.  When practiced correctly, improvisation offers a low-stake, positive environment for patients to work out their executive functioning and metacognition muscles to change behavior and hone in on the mind-body connection.

 

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