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1 Nutrition Counseling Unit 1 Tamara Hein, MPH, RD, LD, CDE Adjunct Professor Nutrition Science

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3 Seminar Agenda NS420 Overview Counseling; What is it? What are identified goals? Personality type overview Personality types – Case studies Self-identified personal limits and boundaries How can our attitudes and behaviors facilitate or interfere with our counselor- client relationship?

4 NS420 Counseling Syllabus , course home, doc sharing Weekly DB – 36% of grade Seminar – 31% of grade 4 projects – 33% if grade  Week 3; due 9/14 (50 points)  Week 5; due 9/28 (75 points)  Week 7; due 10/12 (100 points)  Week 9; due 10/26 (100 points)

5 Grading Highlights Late work policy – changed term 1002B  No late work accepted unless approved by instructor. Discussion Board Rubric  Missing second reply to classmates (59%)  Not posting by EOD Saturday (69%)  Frequent informed references to reading  Incorrect citation (89%) Project Expectations  APA format Please refer to your course syllabus and grading rubrics.

6 Reminders Check Kaplan daily Check grade book comments routinely Contact instructor if you have questions or concerns during the term. You are responsible for the course information and grading rubric criteria as you find it in your course syllabus.

7 Counseling

8 Brainstorming Session What does the word mean to you? Counseling

9 Nutrition Counseling The interpersonal relationship is the most important aspect of counseling.

10 Personality Styles Understanding our own style; strengths and weaknesses Understanding the clients style; and approaches to use based on their style 4 Styles –  Director/behavioral  Thinker/cognitive  Socializer/affective  Relater/interpersonal

11 Personality Style and Type What factors shape our personality?

12 1) Personality Types/ Styles AJ, a 55 year old male, is present with type 2 diabetes. As he is walking through your office, you put out your hand and he grasps it firmly and smiles as you introduce yourself. During your conversation he is very polite and offers short responses to your questions, but does comment on how his wife should be here to take care of the meal. He maintains eye contact throughout the session. What personality style do you believe he is?

13 Questions Is this person self contained, well organized or detailed?  Thinker  Director Is this person direct? Fast paced, assertive, risk taker, extroverted  Director  Socializer Or open or people oriented, casual or flexible?  Socializer  Relational Or indirect? Slower paced, quiet, non confrontational, introverted  Thinker  Relational

14 1) Personality Types/ Styles AJ, a 55 year old male, is present with type 2 diabetes. As he is walking through your office, you put out your hand and he grasps it firmly and smiles as you introduce yourself. During your conversation he is very polite and offers short responses to your questions, but does comment on how his wife should be here to take care of the meal. He maintains eye contact throughout the session. Personality Style: Director What personality style would compliment his?

15 2) Personality Types/Styles MS, a 24 year old female, is present for weight loss. You hold out your hand while you are introducing yourself and she walks right past you. She indicates she does not have a lot of time to talk because she has to pick her kids up from day care. She barely responds to your questions and never looks directly at you, but plays with the food models. What personality style is she portraying?

16 Questions Is this person self contained, well organized or detailed?  Thinker  Director Is this person direct? Fast paced, assertive, risk taker, extroverted  Director  Socializer Or open, people oriented, casual or flexible?  Socializer  Relational Or indirect? Slower paced, quiet, non confrontational, introverted  Thinker  Relational

17 2) Personality Types/Styles MS, a 24 year old female, is present for weight loss. You hold out your hand while you are introducing yourself and she walks right past you. She indicates she does not have a lot of time to talk because she has to pick her kids up from day care. She barely responds to your questions and never looks directly at you, but plays with the food models. Personality Style: Thinker What personality style would compliment hers?

18 Self Identified personal limits and boundaries Discussion of questions page 5 of text What kind of clients would you take and how many? How do you decide if a client is too difficult to work with? What kind of contracts if any do you sign with clients? How do you enforce a contract?

19 Self Identified personal limits and boundaries How do you identify the limits of your competency? What is appropriate limit setting? What is an intrusive limit setting? How aware are you of your own comfort level with personal limits and boundaries? How much of yourself do you share in a session? What are your personal limits with your clients and grounds for termination?

20 Identify additional self attitudes and behaviors that may interfere with developing a successful counseling relationship.

21 Questions/last comments? Thank you attending seminar tonight!


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