Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a treatment methodology that provides patients with treatment options especially when they are faced with anorexia nervosa and other eating disorders. In most cases, some of those patients are also having challenges in their social lives, and this could lead to a weak personality and borderline personality disorder, prompting the approach to be used. Some therapists have used the approach successfully to treat bulimia, binge eating, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance abuse and thus its utility can cut across many disorders. Treatment using the approach involves mindfulness, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Family System Approach Therapy (FSAT)
Family systems approach therapy is a psychotherapy approach that is based on family units and helps resolve problems of patients from the family perspective. According to the Family System approach Therapy, all members of the family work towards helping the patient with disorders to overcome the challenge. In most cases, Family System Approach Therapy helps in the treatment of mental conditions like depression, anxiety, addiction, personality disorders, and food-related disorders. In most cases, the Family systems approach therapy encourages family members to support others and thus overcome the diseases.