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Brief Treatment Oxford Journals
What's the treatment of choice for body dysmorphic disorder? What about meds? What factors stand in the way of treatment? Get answers with this PDF file.
Body dysmorphic disorder is treatable with medications and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Read one hospital's approach to treatment.
Take a look at how one expert approaches treating individuals with body dysmorphic disorder in this excellent article.
Social Work Today
I'm the ugliest of them all! Learn here where the line of everyday discontent with our appearance ends and the line for body dysmorphic disorder begins.
This radio transcript of experts and personal stories will help you delve deeper into understanding body dysmorphic disorder.
Body dysmorphic disorder doesn't only strike women. Read the scientific work on BDD among men.
You'll see what it's like to live with body dysmorphic disorder and gain a better picture of this devastating disorder with this resource. Make sure to watch part II.
People with body dysmorphic disorder regularly visit the dermatologist or plastic surgeon. Learn more facts, including what we know and what the research still needs to tell us.
Body dysmorphic disorder expert discusses the facts on this disorder, including its presentation and treatment.
Dr. J. Kevin Thompson answers vital questions on body image and body dysmorphic disorder.
NYU Child Study Center
Get the tools to recognize body dysmorphic disorder in your adolescent, and understand how teens develop body image and what's normal. Makes a perfect print-out from which to refer.
The gym can be a dangerous place for some men who take their workouts too far. Learn more about muscle dysmorphia, a type of body dysmorphic disorder.
It can be devastating and frustrating to watch someone struggle with body dysmorphic disorder. Use this overview as a starting point to learn how to approach him or her.
Find the 411 on body dysmorphic disorder, or BDD, here. Comprehensive overview includes everything you need to know.
The Canadian Encyclopedia
Body dysmorphic disorder can lead sufferers to repeatedly physically hurt themselves. Learn more here.
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