Journal for Hales/Christian's An Invitation to Personal Change

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Cengage Learning, Apr 24, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 160 pages
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JOURNAL FOR AN INVITATION TO PERSONAL CHANGE is part of a unique three-part resource that can be used in a wide range of courses, including health and wellness, fitness, nutrition, health psychology, and college success. Unlike any other textbook, supplement, or manual, it not only talks about personal change, but based on decades of psychological research and clinical practice, it also serves as a curriculum for change, inviting students to take appropriate action in simple, compelling straightforward ways. Meant to be used in conjunction with An Invitation to Personal Change and Labs for Invitation to Personal Change, the Journal guides the students through the process of making behavioral changes and helps them reflect on their goals and motivations.
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Contents

Your Personal GPS
1
Call for Order
4
Learning the Language of Change
6
Going for Your Goals
8
Power Journaling
12
Making Yourself Lucky
15
Reaching Out
16
Shock Absorption
17
Choosing to Change Choosing a Change
21
Free Writing Space
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Dianne Hales is one of the country's most widely published authors of books & articles on health subjects. Her husband, Robert E. Hales, M.D., is a nationally renowned psychiatrist. He is professor & chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, Davis, & the author of more than 125 scientific publications. Together, they are also the co-authors of the definitive, award-winning reference work "Caring for the Mind: The Comprehensive Guide to Mental Health.

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