Health & Wellness Coaching – Texas Woman's University

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The Six Dimensions of Wellbeing
As an institutional member of the National Wellness Institute, TWU encourages students to address the interdependent dimensions of wellness to build a complete sense of wellness and life satisfaction.
Health & Wellness Coaching is available and complimentary for current TWU students through A Nourishing Space. Coaching sessions are intended to be motivational and supportive. Example topics include sleep, stress management, or weight management. The coaches are TWU Health Studies students who have received training and are being supervised by a Certified Health & Wellness Coach. However, the student coaches themselves are not licensed or certified
To schedule a Health & Wellness Coaching session, complete the Nutrition/Wellness Coaching Intake Form. Forms are also available at the front desk of the Fitness and Recreation Center at the Denton campus.
Health and wellness coaching is client-driven; and as such, the student client determines their health & wellness goals and desired outcomes. The health & wellness coach facilitates the client’s own self-discovery rather than providing all the answers.
Once the Nutrition/Wellness Coaching Intake Form is reviewed, you’ll receive an email in 5 business days to schedule an appointment and complete a Wellness Assessment to be completed prior to your first appointment.
The Six Dimensions of Wellness include emotional, occupational, physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual. These six areas interact and provide a holistic approach to wellness. Developed by Dr. Bill Hettler, co-founder of the National Wellness Institute (NWI), these interdependent dimensions of wellness reflect a model sense for personal wellness and life satisfaction.
No. Follow-ups will be scheduled as needed. If you would like frequent follow-ups for accountability purposes, you can mention that to the nutrition consultant during your first meeting.
This program is made possible through support and collaboration with TWU Health Studies, Nutrition & Food Services, and the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership as a means of providing experiential learning that empowers student health and wellness. Reach out to the Health and Wellbeing Initiative with any questions.
Page last updated 5:18 PM, February 9, 2022 
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