Imagine a professional coach expecting an athlete to perform at their best without some key information such as nutrition. While they both may be naturally talented and knowledgeable about every possible aspect of their chosen sport, without knowing how the body works and the fuel it needs, they will fall short of their potential. Yet when it comes to the professions of helping others and promoting mental health, we expect professionals and clients to operate much in the same way. Just as health professionals have been advocating food guidelines and are instrumental in providing information that prevents illness and promotes health, Choice Theory has been providing the framework for what is the mental health equivalent to a food guide since 1965. Seems to be one of the best-kept secrets ever, until now.