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Lifestyle Wellness Coaching Online CE Course-3rd Edition

Lifestyle Wellness Coaching Online CE Course-3rd Edition

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    Online Course

    Course components are delivered online:
    • Lifestyle Wellness Coaching, Third Edition ebook
    • Study guide
    • Continuing education exam
    Centered on an evidence-based process for guiding change, Lifestyle Wellness Coaching, Third Edition CE Course, offers a systematic approach to helping clients achieve enduring changes in their personal health and wellness behaviors through a supportive and forward-moving coaching relationship.

    Lifestyle Wellness Coaching examines real coaching conversations to assess key considerations, such as the types of questions to ask, how to provide feedback effectively, and how to facilitate action planning. The course and included ebook present communication strategies to motivate, guide, inform, and support clients’ processes toward personal change with a holistic approach. Other issues explored include developing a trusting relationship, creating goals that are aligned with coaching processes, unblocking clients’ energy and discovering resources for change, and generating forward movement through the skillful use of the International Coach Federation’s 11 core competencies.

    Lifestyle Wellness Coaching introduces you to models that clearly identify clients’ progress through the stages of change. First, the course explores the popular transtheoretical model (TTM) of health-related behavior change and its delineation of six stages of clients’ readiness to change. The discussion of TTM includes strategies appropriate to clients in various stages of readiness to change. The course also presents the learning-through-change model (LCM), revealing the deep layers beneath each phase of client movement toward change. Learners are offered a map for coaching clients toward goal achievement. The authors’ unique flow model of coaching illustrates how professional coaches can help clients navigate the sometimes turbulent events of a person’s life in order to change habitual patterns of behavior.

    Lifestyle Wellness Coaching CE Course, Third Edition, is the definitive resource for those seeking to embrace wellness coaching and propel clients to healthy, effective change.

    Learning Objectives
    After completing this course, you will be able to do the following:
    • Identify how coaches distinguish themselves from other helping professionals and how coaching differs from other health, wellness, and fitness roles.
    • Identify the historical roots of coaching.
    • Describe how learning styles and human development phases guide effective coaching.
    • Explain the roles self-efficacy and self-regulation play in the change process.
    • Outline the six stages of the transtheoretical model.
    • Describe the flow model of coaching.
    • Discuss moral principles, ethical guidelines, and boundaries relative to the coaching practice.
    • Discuss how to create the coaching relationship.
    • Explain and give examples of active listening, nonverbal communication, verbal and nonverbal encouragers, reflections of feelings, and reflections of content.
    • Differentiate open, closed, and indirect questions and be able to use the power of questioning with clients.
    • Use direct communication to provide feedback, address confrontations, share self-disclosure, and provide information, instruction, and advice throughout the coaching relationship.
    • Explain how the Johari window is a framework for understanding clients’ awareness.
    • Outline the qualities of effective goals and explain how to develop SuPeRSMART goals.
    • Discuss the opportunities for careers in coaching.

    Audience

    A continuing education course for professionals promoting healthy lifestyle behaviors, including personal trainers, athletic trainers, life coaches, and other health, wellness, and fitness professionals.

    Table of Contents

    Course Syllabus
    Course Materials
    Course Instructions
    Learning Objectives

    Learning With the Lifestyle Wellness Coaching Book
    Chapter 1. Introducing Wellness Coaching
    Chapter 2. Background and Core Ingredients of Coaching
    Chapter 3. Paths of Change
    Chapter 4. Coaching Models
    Chapter 5. Setting the Foundation for Effective Coaching
    Chapter 6. Cocreating the Coaching Relationship
    Chapter 7. The Magic of Listening
    Chapter 8. The Power of Questioning
    Chapter 9. Direct Communication
    Chapter 10. Awareness and Action
    Chapter 11. Goals-Focused Coaching
    Chapter 12. Endings and New Beginnings
    Learning Activities Answer Key

    Exam and Evaluation
    Exam Answer Sheet
    Exam
    Course Evaluation
    Certificate Information

    About the Author

    James Gavin, PhD, has designed and delivered coach training programs to health, wellness, and fitness professionals since 1998. He is the director of the Centre for Human Relations and Community Studies and a full professor in the department of applied human sciences at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. He has consulted with health, wellness, and fitness centers for 30 years and has been a practitioner of counseling psychology for more than 40 years. Gavin was designated a Diplomate in Counseling Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology, the highest award for recognizing excellence in the practice of counseling psychology. He is certified by the International Coach Federation as a Master Certified Coach (MCC) and by Integral Coaching Canada as an Integral Master Coach (IMC). He has written extensively about personality matching related to active living and has presented around the world at health fitness conferences since 1985. He is a longtime practitioner of aikido and iaido. 

    Madeleine Mcbrearty, PhD, is a faculty member for the professional and personal coaching certification (PPCC) program offered through the Centre for Continuing Education at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. She also teaches in the department of applied human sciences at Concordia. Mcbrearty conducts workshops to promote wellness in the workplace and is currently involved in a number of projects concerned with different aspects of psychological well-being. As a professional coach, her passion is to walk alongside those who desire to increase their professional and personal effectiveness. The focus of her academic research is on personal change processes.