Nutrition Counseling Skills for Medical Nutrition Therapy
In today's health care environment, it is critical that the nutritionist be skilled in interviewing, assessing, and counseling. The nutritionist, through appropriate counseling and intervention, can help avoid costly readmissions and play an important role in counseling clients toward healthier lifestyles. This revision of a popular text addresses nutrition counseling for conditions such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes, renal disease, hypertension, cancer, eating disorders, and pregnancy.
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PART ITHE BASICS OF COMMUNICATION AND COUNSELING
Chapter 2Communication Skills
Chapter 3Counseling Skills To Facilitate SelfManagement
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