Mindful coaches start with self-discovery. They are willing to first identify their own strengths and blind spots in order to powerfully support clients seeking better health, wellness and meaningful change.
Mindful coaches do not impose their ideas and agendas on their clients. Instead, they apply the guiding mindful change coaching techniques – based on our foundational beliefs – to allow their clients the freedom to discover pathways to their hearts’ desires.
The Mindful Health & Wellness Coach Certification is a NBHWC-Approved Training & Education Program made up of two essential courses. The Mindful & Meaningful Coach Certification is a 90-day interactive course where you'll learn and master coaching methods, coaching process, coaching structure and legal/ethical considerations. Along the way, you'll experience mindfulness practices, peer coaching, plenty of coaching practice with real clients, and personal coaching with master trainers. The Health & Wellness Specialty Designation is the complementary self-study course on health and wellness topics needed to fulfill your NBHWC prerequisite course requirements.
We take you by the hand right out of the gate with our intensive training kickoff…allowing you to immediately start digging deeper, exploring your boundaries, and clearing the blocks, barriers, and biases keeping you from enjoying the richer, fuller life you deserve.
"Billie was my Instructor/Mentor/Cheerleader/Inspiration Extraordinaire as I embarked on earning a Guiding Mindful Change Coach certification in January, 2018. Throughout this comprehensive, thoughtful and well-designed course, I was guided by Billie with gentle support, thoughtful feedback and professional instruction. I can see why Billie’s services as a Coach, Therapist, Instructor and Mentor are in high demand. I cannot thank you enough, Billie, for generously sharing your expertise, your time and your kind heart with me and my classmates. Thank you!"
"I have been challenged during this class and I have come away a different and better person; I am more mindful, present, and graceful with myself and others. I have learned about being a coach and ways to improve my skills, but, I have learned SO much more about being a better version of myself. It has been a welcome opportunity and an experience I won't soon forget."