Wellness Coaching for Lasting Lifestyle Change; Michael Arloski, PhD; Ed Peg Johnson & Robin McAllister 2014
A foundational work in wellness and health coaching, Wellness Coaching For Lasting Lifestyle Change -Second Edition continues to be a leader in the field. It is the go-to book for independent coaches, health care professionals, and is often used as a text for college and university classes. The second edition continues to provide a comprehensive methodology combining the tenets of wellness with the principles of coaching. Each chapter has something new, drawing from the additional years of experience
Dr. Arloski has acquired since the publication of the original edition. He has woven this new wisdom seamlessly into the old, creating clear, easy to use best practices. When asked what part of the new edition is most improved, Dr. Arloski points to Chapter 8: “This chapter has been completely revised based on what we've learned training thousands and thousands of wellness coaches around the world. We are told over and over again that the Wellness Mapping 360 Methodology is what coaches find most valuable and in this new edition we've refined it much further. So many coaches just do "goal setting" with their clients. Here we show how to really co-create a fully integrated wellness plan for lasting lifestyle change.” The positive connection between the coach and the person who wants to make a change empowers the individual to recognize and draw on his or her own abilities and resources to make lasting changes for better health. Wellness Coaching For Lasting Lifestyle Change - Second Edition is the guide you need to make that connection to your clients.
Always fascinated with the interaction of mind and body, beliefs and behavior, Dr. Arloski was president of the Ohio Society for Behavioral Health and Biofeedback. He has taken this fascination and expertise into the field of lifestyle medicine with coaching methodologies that help people thrive, not just survive their health challenges. If there is a specialization as a wellness psychologist, Dr. Arloski qualifies. Continually working since the late 1970’s to help people find ways to improve their lifestyles, Dr. Arloski is a thinker who synthesizes wellness down to what really works. He is the CEO of Real Balance Global Wellness Services llc and creator of the Wellness Mapping 360Âº model of Wellness Coaching that focuses on the skills Health & Wellness Professionals need to support Lasting Lifestyle Change.
Dr. Arloski enjoys keynoting conferences and programs worldwide. More information can be found at www.michaelarloski.com. His work as a professional coach (check out www.realbalancecoaching.com) includes helping people to achieve more of their potential in the areas of wellness coaching, leadership coaching, and mentor coaching of aspiring coaches. Michael and his wife, Deborah, live, work and play together in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. They are blessed with a wonderful blended, or patchwork, family of young adult children. Michael is a twenty-year practitioner of the moving meditation of Tai Chi. Moving through nature is a life-long passion of his as well. He is an ardent nature photographer and writer, hiker, canoeist, camper and backpacker. He loves travel and is especially fascinated by cultures and ecosystems around the world. Dr. Arloski is an Adjunct Professor with the California Institute of Integral Studies supporting their students in learning the best in Wellness Coaching techniques.