Blind Weights or blind weigh-In

Blind Weights/Weigh-In:  Refers to a weighing procedure in which the results of scale measurement are hidden from the eating disordered patient. The goal is to make weight neutral and take the focus off the number as well as relieve anxiety associated with weight change. See Weigh-in procedures.


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