To train world-class health and wellness coaches to do the following:
- To apply the health and wellness coaching skills in a variety of practice settings including health educational facilities, gyms, spas, private practice, corporations and schools.
- To understand the power of the mind/body connection and the innate wisdom of the body.
- To be able to build and sustain positive and trusting coaching relationships with clients.
- To develop keen sensory skills so that coaches can observe symptoms as they may arise in their own bodies and to teach clients to do the same.
- To learn to reconnect with the cycles of nature and understand the role that these cycles play in healing and health.
- To develop a comprehensive set of health generating practices based both in ancient wisdom traditions and commonsense contemporary wellness education.
- To demonstrate a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities and an adherence to the core competencies and ethical principles of the profession.
The graduates of Tai Sophia Institute’s Graduate Certificate in Wellness Coaching will achieve the following outcomes:
- To become skilled in the use of language, listening, and composure as a means to inspire and motivate clients to make health generating changes.
- To demonstrate proficiency in designing and implementing personalized health and wellness plans with clients.
- To demonstrate the skills necessary to inspire accountability in their clients to adhere to goals.
- To demonstrate proficiency in the art of evocative and powerful questioning as a means to develop client self-awareness and effective action.
- To demonstrate proficiency in active, reflective and empathetic listening skills. - To demonstrate the ability to develop a comprehensive set of health generating practices based on the rhythms of nature, life skills, and language.
- To understand the science of behavior change and be able to demonstrate application to motivating others toward health generating behaviors.
- To demonstrate a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities and an adherence to ethical principles of the profession.