The goals you have for the session, as a counselor. These goals (2-3) must be sp

The goals you have for the session, as a counselor. These goals (2-3) must be specific, measurable, and realistic to achieve by the end of the 30-minute session . An example of such a goal might be: The client will be able to list the sources of complex carbohydrates at the end of the session.
A complete description of what you plan to cover, including the specifics about the dietary and fitness assessment(s) you plan to perform. It should include what prior knowledge you plan to review with the client (from the information provided above), additional information you want to collect, dietary and fitness assessment(s) you plan to conduct, dietary recommendations for the client, and the educational materials you want to refer him to. Remember to formulate your plan around the session goals.
a. Overall review: Start with an overall review on the client’s lifestyle, health and nutrition literacy, and his fitness and nutritional needs. Is there any additional information you would like to gather from the client?
Dietary assessment: You can use the Cronometer® to analyze this person’s typical intake (refer to the information given above). Discuss whether he consumes adequate energy and key nutrients compared to the dietary recommendations for someone his age and activity level. The key nutrients to be discussed are the same as the ones listed in the dietary intake analysis lab.
Fitness assessment: Consider if any of the assessments practiced in our lab sessions can be used to help evaluate this person’s fitness status and to design a suitable eating plan. You can recommend one or multiple assessments. Please discuss the reason(s) for your recommendation and how you will use the assessment results.
Your recommendation(s) based on the available information: Suggest dietary modification(s) to address the client’s nutritional needs. Make sure to tailor your recommendations to his health literacy level, and to the fact that he is in the process of training for a marathon. Do you foresee any potential obstacle(s) that might stop the client from adopting your recommendations? State these obstacle(s) and how you may help the client to resolve them. Include a list of references used to shape your recommendations (follow the American Journal of Public Health citation format, see below).
Educational materials: Mention the educational information you plan to provide to the client in the video. Include a list of the materials and resources (e.g., articles, books, credible websites). You may also include screenshot(s) of the educational materials. If you have the materials on hand but they are not available online, you can include scanned image(s) or pictures of the materials.
The written summary should contain all the content mentioned above, which are session goals, review of available information, your questions for the client, dietary and physical assessments, your recommendation(s) with references, and educational materials. You can use bullet points to organize your summary. Include a cover page with your name and the words “NFS40300 Spring 2022 Project 2”. Name your written summary with the course number (NFS40300), the phrase “project 2”, and your first and last name (= NFS40300project2JohnDoe). This summary should be typed using a 12-point font, single-spaced, and be uploaded as a Word document to the Blackboard course site no later than the Thursday of the final’s week, 11:59 pm ET. The Turnitin submission link can be found in the Projects section, project 2 folder.
When evaluating the client’s intake and developing your recommendations, you are encouraged to use additional books, peer-reviewed articles, websites, and other references (beyond the required textbook). The references should be reliable and valid. Please make sure you reference ALL material that is not your original work. Failure to do this may be a violation of the school’s policy on plagiarism and may result in failure of the paper or the course. You must include your list of references in the written summary or points will be deducted. All reference articles and websites should be listed following the American Journal of Public Health format. Examples of citation formats are:
o Peer-Reviewed Article: Calhoun JG, Ramiah K, Weist EM, Shortell SM. Development of a core competency model for the master of public health degree. Am J Public Health. 2008;98(9): 1598–1607.
o Website: Association of State and Territory Health Officials. Community health worker training/certification standards. 2017. Available at: Practice/CHWCertification-Standards-Map. Accessed April 5, 2018.
o Book: Bloom B. Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Handbook 1: Cognitive Domain. New York, NY: Addison-Wesley Longman Ltd; 1956.