Thursday, July 15, 2010
Looking for young adults with anorexia
Researchers at the University of Chicago, under the direction of Dr. Daniel le Grange (pictured, left), have just won an NIH grant to study family-based treatment (FBT, also known as the Maudsley approach) in young adults. If your family lives in the Chicago area, or within driving distance, you could get free treatment if you qualify for the study. Not to mention the chance to get some of the best treatment for anorexia in the country. It's a win-win!
Here are the study parameters:
This study is a good match for you if you are:
• 18 to 25 years old
• Meet diagnostic criteria for anorexia nervosa
• Are prepared to participate in assessments
• Interested in cost-free psychotherapy treatment with a family member of choice
Treatment involves up to 6 months of free individual and family therapy sessions.
For more information, please contact the Participant Coordinator at 773-834-9120 or visit University of Chicago here.