Anorexia nervosa Case study: Judy Jones (age 14) has lost 30

Anorexia nervosa
Case study:Judy Jones (age 14) has lost 30 pounds in the last year, and now weighs a very unhealthy 85 pounds.  Her primary care doctor has ruled out physical causes, and given her a diagnosis of anorexia nervosa.  The doctor has referred the family to you, the best family therapist in town, for therapy.  You are well-versed in Experiential, Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral, and Structural Family therapy techniques.  Which would you use with Judy?  Why?  Can you cite any published research to support your choice? (There is no RIGHT answer to these questions!!!)1200 words, 3 references, APA…………………Answer Preview……………….Anorexia nervosa can be identified as an eating disorder characterized by the abnormal body weight due to the fear of gaining weight. The disorder is characterized by the capability of an individual to do anything with the great fear of gaining weight under any circumstances hence significantly affecting the existing activities within their lives. The behavioral characteristic depicted by individuals with this disorder is influenced by their restriction to consume certain foods on the basis of restoring their low weight. As a therapist……………..APA1,296 Words Added to cart