CJ Puotinen
EFT Coach and Trainer


EFT Health and Wellness Coaching

Have you ever lost weight and gained it back again? Abandoned an exercise plan? Set new goals only to forget all about them? And does your mind focus on negative self-talk?

Maybe you need a coach. In recent years, the coaching field has grown in all directions, with certified life coaches, financial coaches, fitness coaches, relationship coaches, business coaches, performance coaches, executive coaches, health coaches, and more.

Coaching is not the same as consulting, mentoring, advice-giving, counseling, or therapy. The coaching process addresses specific conditions in a person’s life in order to determine what’s happening now, what the person would rather have, what might be standing in the way, and what simple can’t-fail steps the person can take in order to make constructive changes.

In a coaching relationship, it’s the person being coached – not the coach – who has the answers. Those answers just aren’t yet apparent. Effective coaches know the right questions to ask, and they provide the right tools and techniques to empower people to find their best answers.

For example, health coaches focus on health and wellness, everything from physical fitness, weight problems, and stamina to specific health challenges. But instead of offering specific advice about how to do this, health coaches help their clients figure out their own best strategies for losing weight, getting more exercise, getting the right kind of exercise, finding the best diet, and adopting simple strategies to make these improvements faster and easier.

I am a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), a founding member of the International Membership of Professional Advisors, Coaches & Trainers (IMPACT), and a graduate of Health Coach Training's year-long course of study.

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