"A health and wellness coach works one-on-one with individuals, who want to improve their health and well-being. Using concepts drawn from psychology, behavior change, and life-coaching fields."
We tailor our coaching approach to to address the eight dimensions of wellness, because it impacts growth. If one or more dimensions are out of sync, there is imbalance. Our programs identify and address the areas of improvement in a cohesive way.
The pandemic has shown us us the importance of human interaction, so we must be creative about taking good care of each other. We invite you to connect with us for the details. Perhaps, you will participate as a client, student, volunteer, or supporter.
If you need guidance with balancing the dimensions of wellness, let's connect today. I work with clients one on one, to assess their goals and vision. Exploration of their individual journeys including the obstacles enables me to help offer viable recommendations. The first step is to tell me about yourself with a wellness assessment.
Our generations suffer socially due to evolved technology and the aftermath of COVID-19. Through the Skool' of LIFE, we offer group coaching using supportive activities and workshops. The mission is to improve the social and communication skills. It is a private and judgment-free environment.
"We (SAMHSA) invite you to think of wellness as meaning being healthy in many dimensions of our lives. That includes the emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social, and spiritual parts. These dimensions are interconnected, one dimension building on another (samhsa.gov)."
Emotional wellness is our ability to cope and adjust to challenges or stress; share our feelings, and enjoy life. It is also awareness of our strengths and weaknesses.
Environmental wellness is creating and protecting the areas where we occupy for comfort and safety. Our settings and spaces support learning and relaxation.
Financial wellness considers the understanding of key money concepts, processes, and resources. It includes short/long-term savings, debts, and incomes.
Intellectual wellness means we keep active minds and expand our mindsets whenever possible. Mentally, it is beneficial to understand diverse perspectives.
Occupational wellness participating in activities that provide meaning and purpose and reflect personal values, interests, and beliefs, including employment.
Physical wellness includes good health habits, like adequate sleep, fitness, activities, and nutrition. Plus, regularly seeking the proper, health care.
Spiritual wellness reflects individual's values, principles, and beliefs. It involves having peace, purpose, and a sense of balance. It may connecting to a higher power.
Social wellness consists of supportive relationships with family, friends, and the community. We have concern for the others' preferences and needs.
Coaching Disclaimer: The Client is aware that the coaching relationship does not represent psychological counseling or any kind of therapy. The Client is also aware that coaching results can vary and are not guaranteed. The Client agrees that they are entering into coaching with the understanding that the Client is responsible for their own decisions and results. The Client also agrees to hold the Coach free from all liability for any actions or results for adverse situations created as a direct or indirect result of advice by the Coach.
Socrates, Greek philosopher