The Group Visit Model. What is it? It is a nontraditional lifestyle based group visit between a provider, health coach and patients with a common chronic disease or symptom. In this model, patients will receive an educational approach for improving their root based cause chronic disease or symptom creating a sense of community.
Are you thinking about becoming a Functional Medicine Health Coach, but not sure you’re ready to start training? Or maybe you’re a coach looking to add some skills to your toolkit? We are excited to announce the launch of our first series of Short Courses: The Basics of Positive Psychology, Whole Self Detox, and The Ins and Outs of the Group Visit Model.
Positive psychology is, defined by the Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania, as the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive.
In this webinar, we will continue our How To Get Paid as a Coach series by covering coaching with the Group Visit Medical Model.
What does it look like to set your client up for future success as coaching comes to an end?
Seasonal allergies can truly make life miserable. Many people unnecessarily suffer from seasonal allergies. Studies estimate that over 25% of the population suffers from allergic disorders.
On vacation, temptation is everywhere. What can a coach do to help their client stay on track with a new diet?
GI issues may underlie chronic health problems that seem unrelated to digestive health, including autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and type 1 diabetes, skin problems such as eczema and acne rosacea, and heart disease.
Your client is finally finding her groove…and she’s about to go on vacation. How can you help her stick to the plan while traveling?
How are health coaches getting paid through INSURANCE?!This is the second webinar in our How to Get Paid as a Health Coach series. We’re interviewing Dr. Cheng Ruan, founder of the Texas Center for Lifestyle Medicine, to talk about something that’s going to be huge as health coaching becomes more mainstream: paying health coaches through insurance.