Integrative Health and Wellness Coaching
The Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine (AWCIM) is inspiring the pursuit of health and the transformation of healthcare.
We define Integrative Health and Wellness Coaching (IHWC) as a client-centered, relational approach to working with individuals collaboratively to address the health and wellbeing of the whole person. It acknowledges the interdependent roles of mind, body and spirit, and the innate healing capacity within each person, with an emphasis on self-care.
Self-care focuses on 7 core areas that affect health and wellbeing: sleep, movement, nutrition, spirituality, environment, relationships, and resiliency.
Coaches can have a huge impact in addressing the epidemic of lifestyle related diseases by empowering individuals to make positive behavioral changes in order to take charge of their health and wellbeing.
We are asking for your support for incoming students to IHWC
This term, we have three promising students, Erin Mirando, Jacquelyn Smith, and Marie-Joséphine Royall-Schreck who are facing a bit of a financial crunch, so we’ve decided to launch a crowdfunding effort to help them out with their expenses.
- Erin currently works as a food and beverage server and training coordinator and has big plans to bring work/life balance to workers in the hospitality industry who desperately need it.
- Marie-Joséphine spent years as an acute care nurse and plans to build on that experience with the knowledge she will gain from the program.
- Jacquelyn left her beloved grandchildren behind in Kansas and moved to Tucson to pursue her dream of helping others manage their health.
How can you help? By donating right now. Every little bit will help these inspired students on their quest to help others!
Find out more about IWHC here https://bit.ly/2lQOgUZ