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With the present study, I aim to address three major areas that, to date, have been infrequently studied on their own terms, and not at all in conjunction with one another: (1) health and identity, (2) health counseling as a topic of health communication, and (3) the counselor's subjectivity within the counseling context. Extant literature on health counseling posits both counselor and client identities as binary and static and fails to account for, much less endorse or cultivate, thedoi:10.26053/0h-y377-0500 fatcat:4rl7sn5hafekxg3irbr44eqrg4