Health Coaching Jobs: 4 Types of Health Coaches
Health Coach Jobs: 4 Types of Health Coaches
Since the term Health Coach has a broad meaning, how you choose to describe your Health Coaching business will determine the type of clients you attract.
Here are 4 types of Health Coaches:
1. Health Coach: A Health Coach is a supportive mentor who helps clients set health goals and implement strategies towards changes to achieve a healthy lifestyle.
2. Holistic Health Coach: A Holistic Health Coach uses an integrative approach to both diet and lifestyle changes, by looking at both mind and body to guide their clients and bring about healthy lifestyle changes.
3. Wellness Health Coach: A Wellness Health helps clients develop strategies for creating balance and improving all areas of personal wellness, but are not always goal-oriented.
4. Functional Diagnostic Nutrition (FDN) Health Coach: A FDN Health Coach works with their clients as a true detective to identify the real physiological, biochemical and behavioral problems that will allow them to improve overall health & well-being.
Getting the best training is key to your success as a Health Coach. Great Health Coaches find the best-accredited program that matches their goals and provides the skills and tools to be the best in the field of health and wellness. And the Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) course is that program!
FDN is a program with the most trusted and well-recognized brand and the longest history of training health coaches, professionals and health-minded people like you in the functional health industry.
FDN is an approved training program with the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP) that allows FDN graduates to apply for Board Certification.
FDN is a fundamental approach for looking at health, using a type of ‘health detective’ work to ultimately identify and correct underlying causes and conditions leading to health complaints.
That is why Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) practitioners are the most successful health coaches in health and wellness.
And that is it for this week’s Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Vlog of the Week.