Wellness Coach Training April 6 - July 1, 2018
Program Medical Director: Kristin Vickers, Ph.D.
Program Director: Brooke Werneburg, NBC-HWC
Phone: 507-266-1093 - Email: MCWCTP@mayo.edu
Mayo Clinic Wellness Coach Training is a 12-week course that prepares students to work as Wellness Coaches within diverse settings. The training will involve online sessions utilizing the Blackboard Learn online learning platform, experiential peer-coaching sessions, conference calls, webcasts, and also includes a mandatory 4 day workshop provided on campus at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Successful completion of the course qualifies the learner to apply for certification through the International Consortium for Health and Wellness Coaching www.ichwc.org. Please note, registration is not complete until payment of $3,750.00 and transcripts are received. Blackboard Learn® access will be sent to confirmed registrants two weeks prior to the course start date. The online sessions are designed to be taken on a Windows or Macintosh computer.
Location & Online Learning Information
Online learning – Blackboard Learn Platform
Onsite training location component:
Onsite Wellness Coaching Workshop
April 23 – April 26, 2018 Mandatory Attendance
Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center
565 First Street SW
Rochester, MN 55902
- Learners who withdraw from the Wellness Coach Training Program must initiate the process with their program director.
- The learner must provide written notice of withdrawal to the program director.
Tuition/Fee Refund Policy
- For withdrawals made more than 14 days prior to the start of the course or program, a refund will be made less an administration fee of $75.
- For withdrawals made within 14 days of the first day of the course or program, no refund will be made.
Note: Attendance of Session 3 Onsite is mandatory and no refund will be made due to non-attendance of Session 3.
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Wellness coaches work together with others within the interdisciplinary team. They focus on helping clients who are well to stay well and assisting others to recover from illness and discover their best selves with a new emphasis on wellness. The role of the coach is to help the individual identify personal reasons for pursuing greater wellness and to enhance motivation for behavior change using evidence-based strategies.
Opportunities exist for wellness coaches to work as independent consultants on the staff of sports or fitness facilities, as an insurance company employee, or as part of an interdisciplinary team in clinics and hospitals. Wellness coaches can set their own schedules and pay rates, choose their clientele, work from nearly any location and enjoy creativity and flexibility in their coaching approach.
Students learn how to establish relationships and practice core coaching skills that assist individuals in identifying their values and desires, transforming them into action, and maintaining lasting change over time. Students learn to partner in dynamic collaboration with others, respecting the client as the expert in his or her life and using a strength-based focus and strong grounding in best practices.
Attendance at this Mayo Clinic course does not indicate nor guarantee competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be discussed or taught in this course.
The Mayo Clinic Wellness Coaching Program training is coordinated and taught by clinical, scientific and technical staffs of Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Faculty members are chosen for their commitment to teaching, as well as clinical practice or research.
The Mayo Clinic Wellness Coach Program is approved by the certifying standards of the International Consortium for Health and Wellness Coaching www.ichwc.org. Participants who successfully complete the course will be eligible to apply for national certification through the International Consortium.