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Towards scalable training: narrowing the research-practice gap in the treatment of eating disorders

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Empirically supported treatments (ESTs) now exist for a variety of psychological disorders; however, few individuals have access to these treatments and even fewer receive them in well delivered form. This has been termed the research-practice gap. It is likely that a combination of factors contribute to individuals not receiving good quality ESTs. One major reason is the limited availability of effective training in these treatments. Although many therapists wish to learn such treatments,...

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Suzanne Bailey-Straebler More by this author

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Suzanne Bailey-Straebler
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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