Nicole Cain, ND, MA
Integrative Mental Health Expert, Sonoran University of Health Sciences
“Basic treatments should include consideration of the biopsychosocial variables to care. This means the patient should engage in psychotherapy, receive nutritional rehabilitation, and their biological systems must be carefully monitored—particularly during the refeeding period if the patient has been restricting.” She sees the “most profound benefit from homeopathic treatment combined with psychological care, including counseling, support groups, and cognitive behavioral therapy.”