Bulimia treatment

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How accessible are Bulimia Centres?

In this article we look at how strict and unrealistic admission guidelines mean those who really need more structured bulimia treatment may never receive it.

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Using CBT to overcome Bulimia (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

In this article we look at why Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is such a popular treatment for bulimia and explore the links between CBT, DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy ) and our very own Bulimia Recovery System (BRS®).

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How to cure bulimia

It really is possible to cure bulimia as long as you understand that the process of recovery will be gradual...

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Bulimia Medication

How is medication used to treat bulimia and is bulimia medication right for you?

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Anorexia and Bulimia Treatment

We’ve already spent a little time looking at bulimia therapy and the 5 top bulimia treatments, but do those treatments and recovery methods apply to people who suffer with anorexia too? 

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Bulimia Therapy - Is it right for you?

Many people believe that bulimia therapy is an essential element of recovery. In this article we look at the arguement from both sides and talk about the use of hypnotherapy and NLP in the treatment of bulimia.

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Top 5 Bulimia Nervosa Treatments

In this article we discuss 5 common bulimia nervosa treatments and talk about the importance of using a recovery method that combines multiple recovery approaches and techniques.

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Bulimia Rehab - What to expect & what you need to know

In this article we look at what to expect from bulimia rehab and explore the differences between inpatient (hospitalisation) and other rehab treatment centres.

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Free Bulimia Treatment

Here at Bulimia Help we have created a week long Free Bulimia Recovery Course packed full of recovery-goodness! This is a real opportunity to take back the control, to empower yourself and to change your life in ways you never would have dreamed were possible before - so, what are you waiting for?

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