References list – Lifestyle counselling book

In creating our book on Lifestyle Counselling and Coaching for the Whole Person, we used a enormous number of references to the literature on the various aspects of this system.  So, not just diet, exercise, self-talk, relaxation, meditation, re-framing; but the history of the psychology and philosophy of human emotional functioning, and so on.  That list of references stretches from page 215 to page 231.  Here is that list:

References

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