Our founder, Dr. Sandra Schinbaum, sits down with Dr. Mark Hyman, world-renowned Functional Medicine expert, for an Ask the Expert (ATE) interview.
This is the first webinar in our series of How to Get Paid as a Health Coach.
Whether you consider yourself a social butterfly, more inclined to one-on-one interactions, or prefer solitude, there’s no denying that the quality of your personal relationships affect your levels of happiness, well-being, and physical health.
This is episode 6 of our new video series, Functional Medicine Health Coaching LIVE, where Functional Medicine Coaching Academy-trained coaches help real clients start a transformation.
There are a lot of good reasons to start preparing meals, or portions of a meal, ahead of time. But some of the biggest reasons are: it saves sanity, time, money and you will be eating healthier.
Why is meditation such an important part of the coach’s toolkit, and what can it do for clients? What does Functional Medicine Health Coaching look like when the client realizes that her physical health isn’t actually her focus right now?
The skin is our largest organ, and sweat is one of the major elimination channels for toxins.
While health coaching can cover a range of topics (not just illness), it’s usually focused around physical health and its impact on our lives. But what happens when big emotions come up in a session? How can a Functional Medicine Health Coach meet their client where they are in the moment?
When the conventional model of medicine was born, the primary causes of disease were acute infectious diseases: tuberculosis, typhoid, and pneumonia. The “one doctor, one cause, one treatment” paradigm was effective at restoring health.
How does a coach build rapport and connection with their client early in the coaching relationship? What’s it like to be a client who’s starting to shift their behaviors?