The Management of Eating Disorders Where There Is a Comorbid Personality Disorder
What is the prevalence of eating disorders with comorbid personality disorders, and how do they overlap?
Should we in fact diagnose the presence of personality disorder at all?
Which personality disorders are most commonly associated with eating disorders?
How are personality disorders diagnosed in the context of eating disorders?
Are there any disorders which could be confused with personality disorders?
What are the best treatment options for patients with an eating disorder with a comorbid personality disorder and where can they best access care?
is a Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in eating disorders at the Retreat in York, where co-morbid personality disorders are also treated.
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