Coach, not counsel, to help clients lose weight, RD says

11/14/2013 | Today's Dietitian

Dietitians who act as weight-loss coaches instead of counselors may help their clients become more invested in reaching their goals and in following through on their diet, writes registered dietitian Laurie Beebe, who is a trained personal coach. Beebe writes that coaching creates trust, encourages accountability and is more client-focused.

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