Everyone needs a Coach!
A Health Coach is trained to help someone identify health goals and become a proactive participant in their own self-health management. As a motivator and supportive mentor, a Health Coach considers all areas of a person’s life including lifestyle and behavior, in addition to nutritional choices. Many times, Health Coaches work alongside medical professionals to give someone a comprehensive support system in their journey to health. - Dr. Sears Wellness Institute.
I work with individuals to empower them in the areas of Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude, and Nutrition to improve their health by making positive changes in these areas.
Benefits of partnering with a Health and Wellness Coach
Studies show the effects from health coaching tend to be long lasting
Change eating habits
Weight loss/gain through new habits and awareness
Educates in the gaps
Develop a habit of exercise
Learn to be the one who is in control
Someone who can see the "big picture"
Improve decision making skills
Reach your goals
Learn to develop and complete plans
Helps you learn to customize what works for you
Helps with the ability to be kinder to yourself when it comes to wellness
You are in control, coaches are client centered
Helps you when you are stuck
Motivates and teaches you to self motivate
Virtual wellness is expected to increase during 2021 and health coaches have learned to adapt to create a safe virtual space for you.
I received my Health Coach Certification from the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute, founded by world-renowned physician and author, Dr. William Sears. The Institute is a leader in science-based health and wellness education that focuses on the four pillars of health; Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude and Nutrition (L.E.A.N.). A certification by the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute is obtained only after completing the extensive course work and meeting all requirements. Once certified, a Health Coach possesses the knowledge, tools and resources to make a positive difference in the health of others.
Health Coaches do not treat, diagnose, or mitigate symptoms but fill an important gap to educate, empower, and motive.