Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2008

Abstract

Eating disorders are among the most frequently seen chronic illnesses found in adolescent females. In this paper, we discuss school-based prevention and intervention efforts that seek to reduce the impact of this serious illness. School counselors play a key role in the prevention of eating disorders and can provide support even when not directly involved in psychological or medical treatment. Because of their ability to play a leadership role in school-based prevention of eating disorders, school counselors are essential in facilitating a collaborative approach to the prevention of and intervention in eating disorders and their associated risk factors.

Comments

This article was originally published in Journal of School Counseling, volume 6, number 13, in 2008.

Peer Reviewed

1

Copyright

Montana State University

 
 

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