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Coaching Psychology Manual is designed as a comprehensive guide to wellness coaching complete with specific examples and scenarios. This manual will help train wellness coaches, a group comprised of fitness professionals, such as dieticians, personal trainers, nurses, and physical therapists, the techniques and concepts to work with individuals on improving all areas of wellness including fitness, nutrition, weight, stress, and management of life issues that impact health.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Core Coaching Skills Chapter 1: Coaching Relationship Skills Chapter 2: Coaching Behavior Change Chapter 3: Appreciative Inquiry in Coaching Chapter 4: Motivational Interviewing in Coaching Chapter 5: Self-Efficacy & Self-Esteem Part 2: Coach Toolbox Chapter 6: Client Assessment Chapter 7: Vision, Planning & Goals Chapter 8: Generative Moments Chapter 9: Conducting Coaching Sessions Part 3: Coach Development Chapter 10: Coaching Presence Chapter 11: Self-care and Professional Development