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12-Hour Certificate Training Course
Tim Clinton, Ed.D., and Judi Quilici-Timmcke, Ph.D.
We are facing a health crisis in America. Drs. Clinton and Quilici-Timmcke set the stage for the series by summarizing the major health issues facing Americans today. They also outline the biblical foundation for physical health and how Christians should view their physical wellness.
Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.
This session provides practical tips for conducting an initial assessment with clients. Dr. Hart Weber gives tools to help complete an in-depth assessment of a coaching client’s health and medical history, as well as offers information on lifestyle, stress factors, and other issues critical to creating a good health and wellness plan.
Judi Quilici-Timmcke, Ph.D.
All Health Coaches must have a fundamental understanding of good nutrition. Nutritionist, Dr. Quilici-Timmcke, offers the latest information on the often confusing topic of what to eat in order to maintain good health.
Judi Quilici-Timmcke, Ph.D.
This session covers the basics of good physical fitness and helps coaches understand how to work with each client individually to create a physical fitness plan that works. Considerations such as age, lifestyle, and health concerns are covered.
Linda Mintle, Ph.D.
Most people know what they should eat and what they should not eat in order to lose weight and maintain good health. Education is only part of the battle. The psychological and spiritual issues that surround an individual’s relationship with food are a large part of weight problems and the ongoing “battle of the bulge.” Dr. Mintle looks at the emotional side of eating and helps coaches find strategies to help their clients get unstuck.
Archibald Hart, Ph.D., and Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.
Stress is an epidemic in the United States. It affects all aspects of overall heath and is related to the major medical issues facing Americans. Drs. Hart and Hart Weber are experts on stress and its effects on both the mind and body. They give insights and practical tips for coaches to guide their clients through effective stress management.
Archibald Hart, Ph.D.
More and more research shows that good sleep is an essential foundation of good health and that a lack of sleep can lead to a myriad of physical and emotional problems. Dr. Hart discusses the importance of sleep and how to coach clients into getting the rest they need for healthy minds and bodies.
Daniel Amen, M.D. (Interviewed by Jennifer Cisney, M.A.)
Brain expert, Dr. Amen, describes the importance of keeping one’s brain healthy and offers nutritional and lifestyle recommendations to caring for this vital, and often overlooked, aspect of well-being.
Marian Eberly, Ph.D.
Many Americans struggle with chronic pain conditions such as back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and migraines. Dr. Eberly gives practical information and recommendations on coaching those who battle chronic pain.
David Murphy, Ph.D.
This session focuses on the primary health issues facing men and the unique challenges of coaching men for good health.
Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.; Linda Mintle, Ph.D.; Georgia Shaffer, M.A.; and Jennifer Cisney, M.A.
This session focuses on the primary health issues facing women and the unique challenges of coaching women for good health.
Lynda Clements and Jennifer Cisney, M.A.
A practicing Health Coach will detail how she works with clients from the initial session and gathering of information to encourage and help them make lasting changes with their faith in Christ as the primary motivation.