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How to add Health Coaching and Wellness to your practice

Oct 29, 2021 2:24:29 PM / by Andrew Brewer posted in engagement, Wellness, healthy eating, behavioral health, Health coach, obesity, motivational interviewing, weight loss, online learning, Preventive Care

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Listen in on a conversation with Audiologist and Health Coach Beth Knott. Beth is a veteran audiologist who became enamored with helping her clients become better versions of themselves. If you are a health care provider or someone who feels called to help others this episode of the Healthcare Insights in Northwest North Carolina podcast will demystify the process of becoming a health and wellness coach and how coaching concepts such as motivational interviewing for lifestyle modification can help you improve your practice.

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Get Registered for Obesity as a Disease: Innovative Approaches to Treatment

Aug 20, 2021 9:30:00 AM / by Brooke Kochanski posted in Social Determinants of Health, Nursing, obesity, weight loss, pharmacotherapy

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The aim of this conference is to provide healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to support and treat patients who struggle with obesity and obesity-related comorbidities. Participants will gain an evidence-based understanding of obesity as a disease that is influenced by a complex dynamic of physiological and psychosocial variables. Upon completion of the conference, participants will leave with a basic skill-set that enables them to identify treatment strategies that goes beyond 'eat less and move more'. Live Webinar is October 1st, 8am - 4pm, make sure to join us!

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🚩 Save the Date 10/1 🚩 Obesity as a Disease: Innovative Approaches to Treatment

May 13, 2021 9:52:00 AM / by Brooke Kochanski posted in Webinar, Wellness, obesity

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obesity2021Join us on October 1st for this webinar! Save the date, registration will open soon. The aim of this conference is to provide health care professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to support and treat patients who struggle with obesity and obesity-related comorbidities. Participants will gain an evidence-based understanding of obesity as a complex disease that is influenced by a complex dynamic of physiological and psychosocial variables. Upon completion of the conference, participants will leave with a basic skill-set that enables them to identify treatment strategies that goes beyond “eat less and move more.”

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