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What is Behavioral Health Coaching?

Behavioral health coaching is different from wellness coaching and health coaching. The most important distinction is that a certified behavioral health coach is also a licensed psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, or master’s level mental health professional. Their approach to working with coaching clients uses similar coaching techniques and tools,…

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Are You Too Stressed? Take This 3-Question Quiz to Find Out

Stress is so common these days, but too much stress can lead to a variety of health conditions such as obesity, poor sleep, heart attack, high cholesterol, stroke, depression, asthma, COPD, and more. In fact, stress affects just about every system of your mind and body. If you can’t manage…

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What is Health Coaching?

Health coaching and wellness coaching are often confused or erroneously used interchangeably. While health coaches offer many of the same services as wellness coaches, they have additional training beyond the training that a wellness coach has. Typically, that training is in one or more specific fields. For example, a health…

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Lack of Sleep Causes More Problems than You Think

March is National Sleep Awareness Month, and the National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Awareness Week is March 11 to 17, 2018. What better time to talk about how improving your sleep can improve your health and happiness? First, let’s go over some sleep-related statistics and facts from the Centers for Disease…

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What is Wellness Coaching?

The positive effects that coaching delivers have been documented in hundreds of scientific studies, but there is still some confusion about the different types of coaching. For example, wellness coaching covers all aspects of physical and emotional health. The goal of wellness coaching is to help you reach your optimal…

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A Heart Healthy Eating Guide Everyone Can Follow

February is American Heart Month (sponsored by the American Heart Association), and with one in four deaths every year being caused by heart disease (it’s the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States), now is the perfect time to talk about making healthy choices and…