I received my education as a Wellness Coach through the International Association of Wellness Professionals’ Wellness Coach Certification Program. The IAWP is an international organization that supports and trains holistic professionals and coaches to create wellness careers in order to inspire people to make healthy changes.
The IAWP has helped me in so many ways! They have a lifelong support system which this teacher LOVES. I know I am getting up to date research and information that I can share with my clients. I get to work with people from all over the world and truly love what I do.
If you have a passion for supporting people with their own health and wellness journey, join us at IAWP. Let me know if you have any questions and I would be happy to help you along the way.
I’ve learned from some of the most renowned health and wellness experts, including IAWP Faculty Members Dr. Bernie Siegel (Wellness Pioneer), Dr. Stephen Rechtshaffen (Co-Founder of the Omega Institute), Sally Fallon Morrel (Traditional foods expert), Marci Schimoff (World renowned transformational teacher) and many other leading experts.
As a Certified Wellness Coach, I’m excited to support you with my Wellness 360™ coaching program and help you make healthy lifestyle changes so you can live your best life.
A Functional Nutritional Counselor and Practitioner focuses on 4 key skills:
1. The art of connection: Learn how to create rapport and connection with your client, how to ask the right questions to find the root cause of their health issues, and tap into their motivations. Both your client compliance and clinical success will skyrocket.
2. In-depth anatomy and physiology through the lens of food and nutrition: How does food meet physiology? Food meets physiology differently in each of us because none of us are the same as any other.
3. Integrating your client’s unique physiology into their healing protocol: How to take the knowledge gained about the unique physiology of your client, along with his/her unique motivations (learned from the art of connection), to create individualized nutrition plans for your clients and patients that they will actually follow.
4. How to gain the respect of your client’s medical team: Work in tandem with physicians and other medical professionals, and become a true partner and advocate for your client.