Tag Archives: behavior change
By tjohnson | Published February 10, 2014
1. A method of guiding people through behavior change.
2. Utilizes a strong compelling vision, goal setting, accountability, and support.
3. Focus is on the client.
4. Coaches help to identify strengths, barriers, strategies, and motivators to aid in behavior change.
Clients decide what they want to work on; coaches guide clients through the coaching process. Coaching focuses on helping clients grow and become experts of their own well being. Coaching has been around about 20 years. Coaches have been used in a variety of ways. The coaches work with People who have chronic illness, to make sure they get the care they need.
It is common for Patients to ask for answers or “Quick fixes”. The Health Coach believes you are the expert on you. However I can give you evidence that shows what other people have done and what has worked. Patient outcomes improve when they are an active collaborator in their treatment. Empowering Patients involves exploring [ ... ]