Disordered-eating symptoms are common client concerns that can escalate into significant biopsychosocial consequences, including potentially lethal medical complications. It is important for counselors to be aware of ethical challenges that can arise when assessing for and treating these concerns. The presenter will describe strategies for assessing initial client symptoms, explore risk factors, and use an ethical decision-making model to guide a discussion of challenging ethical conflicts in counseling practice.
Professor, Counselor Education,
Louisiana State University
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