“An ethical ‘oopsie’ that violates trust might never be known to anyone else. But then again, it might. Even the slightest breach might damage a client’s trust to the point that they will never seek counseling again. And that, my dear colleagues, is unforgivable.”
A technique adapted from the world of theater may offer counselors a helpful way to deal with sensitive subjects, remain present and engaged with clients, and still leave work at the door at the end of each day.
Even if they don’t specialize in eating disorders treatment, counselors need to be aware of common dilemmas related to clients who struggle with eating, weight and body image.
For many people, getting a good night’s sleep could depend on the identification and treatment of trauma-induced insomnia.
Forty diverse counselors give consideration to what might pose the most significant change, challenge or opportunity to the profession over the next decade.