Integrative Cognitive Affective Therapy and Ecological Momentary Intervention (ICAT-EMI) for Eating Disorders: Integrative-Cognitive Affective Therapy (ICAT) is a psychotherapy-based intervention that has been developed for the treatment of eating disorders by targeting maintenance variables of symptoms including nutritional deprivation, emotion, interpersonal patterns, self-oriented cognition, and behavior. Given some of the strategies used in this treatment, the premise of the current study is that ICAT efficacy could be further enhanced by combining individual treatment with ecological momentary interventions (EMI; i.e. interventions delivered by smartphone into patients’ everyday lives).
This pilot study is recruiting individuals age 18 and older who regularly experience binge eating symptoms for a treatment study.
Eligible participants will receive 21 sessions of free treatment over 17 weeks.
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