Do Health Coaches Need Insurance?

Health coaching is approved by the World Health Organization, the UK National Health Service, the Centers for Disease Control, and the United States Preventative Services Task Force; however, it is still a relatively new field with separate federal, state and local regulations.

Thus, it is important to research how each tier of these laws impacts your coaching practice.

Do health coaches need insurance?
The answer is yes and here are 2 types of insurance policies to investigate for your health coaching business:

Commercial General Liability: Commercial general liability (CGL) protects your business from legal costs if someone gets injured on your property.
Professional Liability Insurance: Professional liability insurance, also called errors and omissions (E&O), malpractice or professional indemnity insurance, protects you from lawsuits that claim:
You provided negligent professional services
You made mistakes or omissions
You did not honor contractual promises

As a health coach, it is important to protect your company. With the right protection in place and peace of mind, you can continue to help others live their most healthy lives.

And there is no equivalent to the superior training and skills of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioners. FDN training sets you apart from all other health & wellness coaches by helping you to identify the real physiological, bio-chemical and behavioral problems that will allow clients to improve overall health & well-being.

That is why Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) practitioners are the most successful Health Coaches in health & wellness today.

And that is it for this week’s Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Vlog of the Week. Isn’t it time you help your clients on a deeper level?

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2019-06-02T22:16:12+00:00

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  1. Elicia Briggs June 11, 2019 at 6:26 pm - Reply

    Can Functional Diagnosis Nutrition Coaches Who are board certified bill insurance?

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