In this episode of RHR, I talk with an internationally recognized expert in neurodegenerative diseases, Dr. Dale Bredesen, about preventing and reversing Alzheimer’s disease with Functional Medicine.
Functional Health coaching allows coaches to view clients holistically, not as a bunch of separate, unrelated parts. This helps coaches to understand the relationships between a client’s past successes, challenges, and their future goals.
Health coaches play a vital role in public health. Check out this article to find out what that role is, and learn why we need health coaches now more than ever.
Close social connections matter for us as healthcare practitioners—in our personal and professional lives. Find out how to cultivate a supportive professional network in the realm of Functional Medicine.
How well a coach connects with a client will determine whether they are a fit to work together, and effective communication is part of building that connection. Find out more from health coach MaryAnn Jones.
Lyme disease can be debilitating, but simple dietary changes can help. Find out how, as a dietitian or CNS, you can help your clients with Lyme disease ease their symptoms using a nutritional approach.
Effective time management strategies can help you run your Functional Medicine practice—without running yourself into the ground. Here’s how to find the time to make a big difference in the world without compromising your health.
What’s the power of listening in health coaching? It gives clients the gifts of understanding, acceptance, and trust. In this Q&A, we get to the heart of listening and hearing others.
As the health coaching profession grows, the need for professional standards and credentials becomes more crucial. The National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC) has stepped in to set those standards, define what health...