Counseling Skills: Eliciting New Behaviors


Course Overview

For many nutrition professionals, motivating clients to change their behavior is a daunting task. But, by revising how you approach goal setting—by focusing on your clients’ wants and needs—new behaviors become easier to elicit. In this course, you’ll learn how to recognize what’s valuable to clients for goal setting and work with them to determine realistic, actionable goals that align with their specific desire for change. Using empathy, and a variety of tools and techniques, Beth McKinney helps you bring out the best in yourself and your client as you navigate the goal-setting process.
  • Students from the United States must be Registered Dietitians (RD or RDN)
  • International students need to have a credential approved by the International Confederation of Dietetic Association — full list available here