A Descriptive Study of the Attitudes and Treatment Practices of Licensed Professional Counselors When Addressing Bulimia
Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Counseling
Counseling, Leadership, and Special Education
This study examines the beliefs of licensed professional counselors in regard to the most effective diagnostic and treatment practices for clients with bulimia nervosa. One hundred licensed professional counselors practicing in the southwest region of Missouri were surveyed. Thirty-five percent returned the survey; however, only twenty-four percent completed the survey. It was found that a combination of self-reports, parent reports, food diaries, physician reports, and school reports is most frequently utilized to facilitate in making a diagnosis. The treatment of choice included a combination of individual, group, and family therapies.
© Stephanie Lyn Kollmeyer
Kollmeyer, Stephanie Lyn, "A Descriptive Study of the Attitudes and Treatment Practices of Licensed Professional Counselors When Addressing Bulimia" (1995). MSU Graduate Theses. 694.