Bloch Behavioral offers individual one-on-one Acceptance-based Mirror Exposure Treatment (A-MET) for individuals with body dissatisfaction. Individuals appropriate for this treatment have negatively-biased views of their bodies, and often avoid looking at themselves in the mirror as a result. A-MET is a 6 session series involving exposing an individual to his or her own body in a mirror while asking the person to describe it to the therapist in a neutral manner. This process, repeated by the patient during each session, involves the therapist monitoring the description for judgmental language and redirecting the patient to use non-judgmental language when deviations occur. Body checking and avoidance and body dissatisfaction are the main targets of this intervention. Refer to this Adjunctive Mirror Exposure study for additional information.