Health Coaching has been around for years. Yet until now is has been relatively unknown. In an article by Cheryl Miller from the Health Intelligence Network has a great Q and A on the Health Coach field.
Interactions are Key to Health Coaching.
The article, “Q&A: Patient Interaction Key to Evidence-Based Health Coaching”, by Cheryl Miller states
“How a health coach interacts with and engages their clients can affect their compliance and outcomes, explains Melinda Huffman, partner in Miller and Huffman Outcome Architects, co-founder of the National Society of Health Coaches, and a cardiovascular clinical specialist, writer and author. We recently spoke with Melinda about what led her into the field of health coaching, how it’s changed over the years, and some of the trends she will lock onto for 2012.”
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