The inner critic undermines our accomplishments, diminishes our self-esteem, and makes us feel inadequate—especially if we’re close to a big change. Read on to learn how to deal with it and move forward.
Health coach certification signals to prospective clients and collaborators that you’re serious about your craft and that you’re well-trained. Find out more about what it means to be a certified health coach.
In this article, we’ve collected 16 of the best health coach blogs out there, all from ADAPT-Certified Functional Health Coaches. Read on for the latest in health coaching and wellness.
If you’re based outside the United States and are thinking about becoming a global health coach, there are a lot of options to consider. Find out how the ADAPT Health Coach Training Program can help.
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.
What is health coaching? It’s a client-centered, growth-fostering, thought-provoking approach that helps clients achieve health and well-being. Find out more about what health coaching is and the four pillars at the heart of it.
Health coaching is not the same as counseling. Find out how these two disciplines are different in this article from health coach Kelli Saginak.
Health coaches are trained to help their clients recognize their strengths and tap into that potential to change. Read on for real-world examples of how health coaches help their clients transform their lives.
Networking benefits health coaches. Find out how a professional health coach network can help you further your career and increase your job satisfaction.