Health coaching in practice: Helping clients set action steps and achieve goals


Date: June 6, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm  to  2:00 pm

As healthcare practitioners, taking a full case history and giving expert advice is often the straightforward part of the job. Getting clients to implement your recommendations can be much more difficult. The reason is clear – information overload and hectic lifestyles make advice easy to access but challenging to put into practice. Too often clients get caught in the vicious circle of stress and health issues coupled with not making time for self-care and health-promoting practices. The best assessments, advice and supplements may be ineffective without consistent behaviour supporting nutrition, sleep, stress reduction and appropriate exercise, leading to unwell, unhappy clients and unfulfilled practitioners.

In this webinar, Dr Danielle Crida will guide you through simple yet powerful steps and tools you can apply immediately, to help your clients

  • set attainable health goals
  • establish focus areas
  • choose SMART action steps
  • track achievements, fine-tune and build on action steps

with the aim of achieving sustainable, long-term behaviour change for tangible client health benefits and practitioner success and fulfilment.

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Maxine Sheils

About Maxine Sheils

Maxine is a Nutritional Therapy graduate of the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Manchester who has recently joined Igennus as a customer support nutritionist and is based here in Cambridge. Her interest in nutrition was sparked after working as an au pair in Australia to a family who were living on a raw food diet where coincidentally, she started to endure severe digestive problems. She joined CNM as a student to further her new found passion and was able to support her own body in regaining health. Maxine is passionate about nutrition and her ability to help others achieve their optimal health. She specializes in female hormonal problems such as endometriosis, thyroid problems, stress, autoimmunity and digestive disorders. Her degree in psychology provides her with a strong ability to understand and motivate others to achieve their health goals.