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Effective counseling

, : Effective counseling.

This book is designed to provide to the professional dietitian, or nutrition practitioner a wider range of options, theoretical bases, and strategies to facilitate dietary behavior change. The text incorporates behavior counseling techniques into the field of nutrition counseling. Included are discussions on behavioral counseling, reality therapy, rational-emotive therapy, and transactional analysis.


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