Open Access Graduate Research Paper
They are your friends, your employees, your students, and your clients. In many respects, these individuals may appear to lead very normal lives. 1 Their outward appearance may seem to be calm and collected. Yet in private, they wage a personal war with food. In order to deal with issues that remain hidden form others, they secretly binge on large masses of food. A pint of ice cream or a bag of chips may only be the beginning of what could be hours of eating and then ultimately purging. This type of behavior is indicative of a serious eating disorder requiring clinical attention.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Jeffrey S. Ashby
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©1996 Denise M. McCormick
McCormick, Denise M., "Conceptualization and treatment of the bulimic client from an Adlerian perspective" (1996). Graduate Research Papers. 2875.