Health Coaching Services
Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? As cliché as it sounds, if you're reading this, you probably do feel this way! If you're struggling with your health, whether it be your hormones, skin, digestion, or if you just don't know what it is, but you know somethings up, I can support you through one-on-one health coaching. As your health coach, I will use my nutrition and coaching education to help you discover which foods and lifestyle choices make you feel best. I believe in a holistic approach to health, so we explore other areas of your life that contribute to your overall health and well-being, such as career, relationships, and your environment.
FREE 60-minute health history and phone consult
6-months of coaching: $195/month. Includes two 50 minute sessions/month
Buy 6 months, get 1 FREE: $195/month. Includes two 50 minute sessions/month
What is a health coach: A Health Coach is a wellness professional whose main goal is to guide clients to reach their health and wellness goals, whether that’s sleeping better, boosting energy, weight loss, stress management, and so much more. Health Coaches create a safe space for their clients to explore their health, facilitating behavior and lifestyle change that can be sustained for the long-term.
How is a health coach different than a nutritionist?
A Health Coach is trained to help clients reach their health goals. They receive training from a qualified program that teaches necessary coaching skills, as well as foundational nutrition information in order to best serve their clients and their health concerns. Health Coaches do not diagnose, nor do they treat. Health Coaches can be part of a larger healthcare team in which they are one part of a client’s health journey, providing a safe space for the client to explore their options on how to improve their own health.
A Registered Dietitian (RD) is a food and nutrition expert who have 1) completed a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with an accredited institution; 2) completed a 6-12 month supervised practice program; 3) passed a national exam and 4) kept up with continuing education requirements, as needed. RD’s are licensed to provide dietary recommendations for their clients based on the client’s medical and individual needs.