Health Coaches assess many aspects of their client’s life in relation to a specific health goal and recognize there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
Behavioral change is the foundation of a Health Coach’s job; however, in addition to facilitating changes in behavior, they help their clients in many other ways including:
Health Coaches fill the void created by the healthcare system.
By valuing each client, Health Coaches devote a significant amount of time to build relationships based on trust, communication, and support.
By getting to know each client, Health Coaches create customized goals and plans based on several factors including habits, diet and sleep patterns.
Health Coach recognize healthy habits and changes are not just related to physical health, but also to emotional and mental soundness.
Health Coaches make their clients accountable using a supportive, holistic approach.
The ultimate goal of a Health Coach is to empower their clients to become self-reliant and to increase their motivation to adopt healthy, lasting habits.
Of course not every Health Coach has the skills to end the cycle of trial and error, which is why Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® practitioners are the most successful Health Coaches in the world of health and wellness.
And that’s it for this week’s Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Vlog of the Week.
Isn’t it time you help your clients on a deeper level?