Wellness Workdays Announces Certified Health and Wellness Coach Certification with a Focus on Positive Mental Health Outcomes for Participants – Yahoo Finance

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Wellness Workdays announces a Certified Health and Wellness Coach certification. The certification is for health professionals looking to become a leading health and wellness coach who can facilitate optimal behavior change and empower clients to self-discover healthy lifestyles and approaches.
HINGHAM, Mass., Nov. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Wellness Workdays, a leading provider of workplace wellness programs, announces a Certified Health and Wellness Coach certification. The certification is for health professionals looking to become a leading health and wellness coach who can facilitate optimal behavior change and empower clients to self-discover healthy lifestyles and approaches.
"For over 25 years, our organization has trained hundreds of health coaches to thrive in all industries and settings. We saw a need for a comprehensive, evidence-based certification that focuses on achieving positive mental health outcomes for participants, their families, and their employers," said Debra Wein, Founder and CEO of Wellness Workdays. "We are excited to offer this program as the need for ways to manage stress, anxiety and burnout continues to grow in employee populations."
The Certified Health and Wellness Coach Program is self-paced and features on-demand video training, discussion forums, activities, resources, and mock session reviews with seasoned coaches. Topics include behavior change theories and communication skills, related to emotional health and resilience, as well as supporting and enhancing motivation, current health education, and more.
"This program is unique because it takes the foundational evidence behind behavior change and pairs it with a total well-being approach," said Chris Guild, Director of Training and Client Accounts of OMC Wellness, a Wellness Workdays Company. "Between the hands-on practice with live feedback and extensive health education, candidates will come away from this certification with all the tools they need to be a confident and successful Health and Wellness Coach in any setting or population."
More information about the Certified Health and Wellness Coach certification can be found here.
About Wellness Workdays
Wellness Workdays is a Massachusetts company with offices in New York, Florida and Texas that designs and delivers workplace wellness programs to promote employee health, productivity and a culture of well-being. Our subsidiary, OMC Wellness, based in Portland, Maine, provides population health management solutions utilizing onsite health coaching and proprietary technology to sustain measurable outcomes. A Certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise, we have earned industry recognition and best practices awards for our clients, which include New Balance, Turner Construction, Merck KGaA, Brown University, the Maine Department of Transportation, Rockland Trust Bank, The Maine Bankers Association and Harvard Business School. Visit us at http://www.wellnessworkdays.com or http://www.OMCWellness.com, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.
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