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Health Coaching: Find Your Inner Wellness Warrior

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This presentation is about health coaching and understanding the tools to create healthy lifestyle behaviors. One can learn about why health coaching is important. Further, one can understand what health coaching is designed to do and how it works best. This presentation also describes how the relationship of coach and client is meant to build motivation and social support.

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Health Coaching: Find Your Inner Wellness Warrior

  1. 1. FIND YOUR INNER WELLNESS WARRIOR LYDIA WISZ, ACE-CERTIFIED HEALTH COACH AND GROUP FITNESS INSTRUCTOR 1
  2. 2. Health Coach | Healthcare Experience | Wellness Advocate | Writer Lydia Wisz | lydiawi@gmail.com | M: 858.472.1772 wiszinthekitchen.blogspot.com  Driven by a belief that food is medicine, Lydia’s knowledge in nutrition & healthcare allow her to bring a personal approach to population health  Focused on feeding body & mind to positively reinforce healthful behavior change  Continually seeking solutions to encourage a healthy living movement within our city and beyond  Created Food Wisz-dom to address nutrition-related health challenges and the demise of sustainable nourishment Lydia Wisz 2
  3. 3. 3 WHAT IS HEALTH COACHING DESIGNED TO DO? Empowers clients to: Find inner strength Improve with sustainable behavior change Avoid gambling with health!
  4. 4. Healthy People/Healthy Economy: An Initiative to Make Massachusetts the National Leader in Health and Wellness. 2015. Data from NEHI 2013. http://www.tbf.org/tbf/56/hphe/Health-Crisis Accessed May 30, 2016. THE IMPORTANCE OF BEHAVIOR CHANGE: A HUGE DISCONNECT BETWEEN WHAT MATTERS AND WHAT WE PAY FOR 4
  5. 5. CASE STUDY: MEET PAUL Person with Type 2 Diabetes Takes oral medication for Diabetes 30 pounds overweight Chronic lower back pain Sedentary lifestyle Approved for exercise by physician 5
  6. 6. THESTAGESOFTHE PROCESS HOW CAN I GROW PAUL’S ABILITY TO CHANGE BEHAVIOR? Screen and interview Assess Build a plan Monitor Adherence
  7. 7. HEALTH COACHING WORKS BEST WITH CLIENTS WHO ARE: 7 Motivatedtoimprove health Seekinga positiverole model Inspiredtomakeareal change
  8. 8.  Understand Paul’s concerns  Encourage Paul’s need for continuous support  Establish a starting point to serve as foundation  Encourage self-efficacy INTERVIEW WITH ACTIVE LISTENING: 8
  9. 9. ASSESS READINESS TO CHANGE 9 Pre-Contemplation1 Contemplation2 Preparation3 Action4 Adapted from Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change
  10. 10. ASSESS PAUL’S MOTIVATION AND RESISTANCE TO CHANGE 10 Start with agreed-upon goals  Lose weight  Improve blood sugar control  Decrease lower back pain Understand what triggers bad behavior  Brainstorm together  What thoughts are at the foundation of Paul’s behavior?  What are the feelings that are fueling bad behavior? Understand attitude toward making real change  What are anticipated potential obstacles?  How can coaching support Paul through potential ambivalence?  How can coaching help Paul build self-efficacy skills? Does Paul acknowledge the need to change? Does Paul know why he hasn’t been able to change? Does Paul have a desire to change in spite of real-world challenges?
  11. 11. THE CLIENT’S DECISION-MAKING BALANCE SHEET Cons Pros How motivated is Paul to exercise? 11
  12. 12. UNDERSTANDING THE MOTIVATION WAVE 12 “Help people succeed on the most desirable health behavior that matches their current motivation.” BJ Fogg’s Health Behavior Solution. Accessed at https://weightmaven.org/2012/06/06/facilitating-behavior-change/ Introduce new goals during the temporary opportunity to do hard things. Desired changes should be sustainable during periods of low motivation.
  13. 13. Develop a plan with Paul that can lead to sustainable behavior change BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER 13
  14. 14. SET SMART GOALS SPECIFIC Goals should contain defined metrics: eating breakfast at home for 2 days per week. RELEVANT Goals need to be targeted towards the client‘s agreed- upon needs. ATTAINABLE Break down a huge goal like losing 50 pounds into bite-size steps. MEASURABLE There should be a way to know if the goal is reached or not. TIME-BOUND The goal specified should be capable of achievement in one or two months. 14
  15. 15. EXAMPLE GOALS 15 Lose weight  Eat breakfast at home for 2 days a week  increase servings of vegetables per day by one for a complete week  Power walk for 30 minutes at the lunch hour with a co- worker” 3 times next week Improve Blood Sugar Control  Start a food diary to track intake  Track consistent eating every 3- 4 hours  Drink 6-8 glasses of water per day  Test blood sugar levels 4 times per day Decrease Lower Back Pain  Complete Phase 1 stability and mobility program  Perform 3 sets twice daily of modified body-weight squats  Stretch hamstrings and calves: 3 sets 2 times daily  Take the stairs rather than the elevator Let’s start small with a few ideas to get moving Incrementally improve with bite-sized, digestible actions
  16. 16. MONITOR ADHERENCE 16 Newer digital health products that are HIPAA-compliant can help track accountability and enhance collaboration. Use personal trackers such as Fitbit to monitor activity levels.
  17. 17. SUPPORT CLIENTS LIKE PAUL IN MAKING POSITIVE HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE SERVE AS A MENTOR, EDUCATOR, AND SUPPORTER WORK AS PART OF A BROADER CARE TEAM SO WHAT DOES A HEALTH COACH DO? 17
  18. 18. Contact How to reach Lydia Wisz lydiawi@gmail.com 858.472.1772 facebook.com/lydiawi

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