Cognitive-behavioral factors, depression, psychodynamic factors, biological, family environment, and even gender/ethical differences are some of the possible causes of eating disorders. Looking at things from a cognitive behavioral perspective, a person may see that the only thing they can control is what they consume and how often (Comer & Comer, 2021). This is something that could ultimately lead to unhealthy eating styles like anorexia or bulimia nervosa. There are a few different approaches in terms of treatment that include nutritional rehabilitation, cognitive-behavioral therapy, medications such as antidepressants, and other psychotherapy options such as family therapy. The family therapy would really benefit a person if family were their main support system or the reason why the disorder formed. Cognitive behavioral therapy is something that can be geared towards eating disorders and aims to find the room of the problem. This would also show new ways of coping with certain situations in healthier ways. (Comer & Comer, 2021).