Spencer Institute's new CWC Program bridges the gap between fitness and
medicine in an effort to reduce health care costs in America
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Spencer Institute announces a Certified Wellness Coach (CWC) program that bridges the gap between fitness and medicine, leading to more effective life coaching.
CWC provides a vast variety of learning objectives. It combines wellness coaching with lifestyle changes, weight-loss programs, ways to create lasting changes, and a wellness inventory. CWC will teach individuals about the business of wellness coaching, give opportunities to work with medical professionals, create a stress reduction plan, and facilitate organic living. The program is intended for anyone who would like to become a life coach as well as individuals with a background of coaching, fitness, nutrition, and health.
"Wellness Coaching is a combination traditional life coaching, lifestyle fitness coaching, organic living, corporate wellness, sound nutrition, exercise and stress management," says Dr. John Spencer Ellis.
The CWC certification program is convenient to everyone with its self-paced distance learning program. It includes a textbook titled, Wellness Coaching for Lasting Lifestyle Change by Michael Arloski, PhD, PCC. A 160-page CD-Rom manual and outline are provided. There is a bonus of audio lessons with over ten hours of instructional material. Other bonuses include audio interviews with leading experts on wellness coaching, a live seminar presented by Ellis describing '7 Secrets to a New Body,' and Ellis explaining the business aspect of life coaching including structure, marketing, and other information.
The estimated time for course completion is 50 hours. There is a
comprehensive exam in multiple-choice format that must be completed at home
and then mailed to the Spencer Institute offices. Once the exam is
completed successfully, the Certified Wellnes
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