CSPH5702: Health Coaching Fundamentals II

4 CreditsField StudyOnline Available

This course expands upon students’ skills in motivational interviewing to include health coaching theories, coaching psychology, goal setting, and theories in behavior change and motivation. In the course students will have the opportunity to remove their “expert hat” and deepen their understanding of coaching skills and style, empathy, deep listening, effective and empathic communication, and tools for self-development. It is the role of the Health Coach to provide a safe, non judgmental environment to allow for exploration and the practice of skill building to increase the client’s self-efficacy. In this course you will learn how to facilitate the change process by incorporating the client’s strengths and values. There are onsite and synchronous requirements for this course. This course must be taken concurrently with CSPH 5716 Health Coaching Practicum 2.Prereq CSPH 5701 and CSPH 5703. This course is required for students who have been admitted to the Integrative Therapies and Healing Practice Certificate - Health Coaching track; and Integrative Health and Wellbeing Coaching Master of Arts programs. Students from other graduate degree programs may enroll with permission of the course instructor.

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