Episode 150: Stephanie Ng: Eating Disorders, Socio-Cultural Factors, and Chinese American Clients Part 2

Kathy welcomes back Stephanie Ng in part 2 of a 2-part podcast where Kathy and Stephanie talk about eating disorders, socio-cultural factors, and Chinese-American clients. Today’s conversation focuses on do’s and don’ts when working with Chinese-American individuals and their families. To listen to part 1, please click here.

Stephanie Ng recently graduated summa cum laude from Duke University with a BA degree with distinction in Psychology. Having grown up in Hong Kong, she is particularly interested in exploring cross-cultural differences in eating disorder symptoms, development and treatment. In the fall semester of 2019, Steph will be pursuing a Masters in Psychology in Education within the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology of Teachers College at Columbia University, where she plans to continue her research on eating disorders and body image issues in Chinese women. Outside of school, she manages bodybanter.com, an online platform that empowers young people from around the world to redefine their relationships with their bodies through exploring diverse perspectives and engaging in advocacy projects. In her free time, she can be found listening to audiobooks, sweating with her Crossfit community or scouting for the best sushi restaurants in town!

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