Wellness coaching is an individual program offered in-person or virtually to help students identify personal goals and discover individualized strategies to improve their overall well-being. Wellness coaches listen to students’ concerns and work collaboratively to create an action plan to address their specified wellness goals. Your coach will offer support and guidance along the way and will help to hold you accountable for achieving your goals.
Our overarching goal is to empower students to take the necessary steps to make desired changes in their lives. We also aim to facilitate personal reflection and insight among students to build resilience in making proactive and informative healthy lifestyle choices.
Wellness Coaches can work with you to:
Set and achieve personal goals
Initiate and sustain wellness behaviors
Balance dimensions of health and wellbeing
Identify potential barriers to change and develop strategies to move forward
Brainstorm strategies and identify resources
Wellness Coaches can provide support around:
General Stress Management
Here Is What You Can Expect
Is there a fee for wellness coaching?
Wellness coaching is free and students are allowed up to 6 coaching sessions.
What happens at the first meeting?
The first visit typically lasts about 45-60 minutes. You will meet individually, in-person or virtually, with a wellness coach to review your current habits, identify your priorities, and create a realistic action plan.
What happens at the follow up meetings?
Follow-up visits are typically 30 minutes and serve as a space to check-in about your progress, talk through challenges, and revise goals as needed. Most students find that meeting with a Wellness Coach every 2-4 weeks is ideal, providing optimal support while allowing adequate time to work on action steps towards goals.
What training do the Health Educators receive to do Wellness Coaching?
Wellness Coaches have participated in The Wellcoaches School of Coaching
Is Wellness Coaching therapy?
It is important to note that Wellness Coaches are not therapists or psychologists. If you believe that depression, anxiety, or other mental health disorders may be a factor for you and you are interested in accessing counseling/therapy services, visit CARE at https://care.gatech.edu/.