Introduction. Part I. Setting the Scene for Health Coaching. 1. Emerging Healthcare Trends. 2. Integrated Wellness Coaching. 3. Key Issues with Wellness Coaching. Part II. Wellness Coaching Skills Toolkit. 4. Core Skills Set. 5. Cognitive Behavioural Coaching. 6. Additional Skills for Wellness Coaching. Part III. Applying Wellness Coaching. 7. Niching Wellness Coaching. 8. Applying Wellness Coaching. 9. Marketing Wellness Coaching. References. Further Reading.
Empowering clients to take their health back into their own hands
Laurel Alexander is a complementary therapist, coach, trainer and widely published author with over 20 years of experience in the wellness industry. She runs Wellness Professionals at Work, providing business coaching for healthcare professionals and a range of accredited wellness courses. She is a qualified reflexologist, nutritionist and stress manager and is currently the business coach for the Association of Reflexologists, the International Stress Management Association and the National Council of Psychotherapists. She is based in Sussex, UK.
From the perspective of educational psychology practice, readers
may find the guidance given about marketing, including advice on
how to identify and target potential markets, helpful when thinking
about traded services. -- British Psychological Society, Debate
This book provides therapists with the knowledge and skills to rejuvenate their therapeutic practice by incorporating wellness techniques into their range of services. -- Institute of Complementary & Natural Medicine
This book is virtually a course in Wellness Coaching in itself and should enable any existing talking therapist to begin to incorporate it into their practice with very little difficulty. Laurel Alexander has been a therapist, coach, trainer and writer for over twenty years and brings a wealth of experience to the techniques outlined in the book. -- NCP: Fidelity, Journal for the NCP.