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Bulimia Nervosa – The Eating & Purging Disorder DEBORAH DIXONPSY699 : Master of Arts in Psychology Capstone•The client found herself in troubled eating habits. •The urge for binging kept progressing and after every binge, she purged to correct herself. •This binge-purge cycle slowly became a routine and part of her lifestyle. •The client decided to take help from an expert therapist. 1.The patients are taught about bulimia nervosa and actions that propagate the disease. 2.The patient was then asked to keep detailed food records, including the frequency of bingeing or purging.3.the patient was taught to expand food choices4.The therapist corrects the patient’s dysfunctional food and body perceptions(Rushing et al, 2003). An analytical case study of, a 26-year-old female who works as a manager in a local Italian restaurant presenting symptoms of Bulimia Nervosa.Family Based Treatment ((Nadeau & Leichner, 2009)Interpersonal Psychotherapy(Champion & Power, 2012) Studies designate that almost 20% of the youngsters