Treatment Approaches

Comprehensive Behavioral (ComB)/ Habit Reversal Training

ComB It is one of the leading cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) approaches to treating BFRBs, by identifying the function of the target behavior (e.g. hair-pulling or skin-picking) and creating a targeted replacement for it.


Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we are doing, and not unduly reactive or overwhelmed by what is happening around us

The Unified Treatment

This treatment program is designed to address any type of eating disorder along with the other emotional problems that people with eating disorders also commonly experience.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

You will learn to recognize that your deeper emotions are normal reactions to certain circumstances and shouldn’t stand in the way of you moving on in life rather than ignoring, denying, and struggling with them.

Exposure Response Prevention Therapy (ERP)

Exposure Response Prevention, commonly referred to as ERP, is a therapy that encourages you to face your fears and let obsessive thoughts occur without ‘putting them right’ or ‘neutralizing’ them with compulsions

Inference-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

The central tenet of Inference-based Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (I-CBT), an evidence-based treatment, is that obsessions are out-of-the-ordinary doubts or inferences about what “could be” or “might be” (for example, “I might have left the stove on,” “I might be contaminated,” or “I might be a deviant”) Source: Frederick Aardema (2023). What is I-CBT? Retrieved from