Health coaching involves health educators supporting students as they set goals, name challenges, explore their values & strengths, and access personal motivations to develop and sustain healthy behaviors and attitudes. Students can schedule up to two follow up appointments with a health educator for a total of three coaching sessions per health issue.

Health Coaching Topics

Balance and routine
Find a routine that works well for you, develop a balance between work, play and rest
Movement
Explore options for movement on campus, intuitive movement, reclaiming joy and fun in movement
Nourishment
Identify strategies for eating food focused on nourishment and enjoyment
Relationships
Set and maintain boundaries with friends and partners, make a plan to express concern about a friend’s well-being, find social connection and community
Sleep and rest
Create and follow a sleep routine, improve sleep hygiene, give yourself permission to rest
Mind-body connection
Discover skills to manage stress, take a break from alcohol, cannabis or other substances, develop a plan to support your emotional well-being
Spirit and soul
Connect with activities and practices that are meaningful to you, explore your values and passions
Environment
Find ways your physical environment can support your well-being goals
Schedule a health coaching appointment

Health coaching is never a replacement for medical care or mental health counseling and is not appropriate to address crisis or emergency situations.

Health Educators

Our health educator team is ready to support you in finding ways to feel your best.

Karly Beavers

Health Promotion Specialist

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Madeline Hope

Director and Mental Health Promotion Specialist

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Liam Lawlor

Alcohol and Drug Education Specialist

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Emily Wagner

Asst. Director, Violence Prevention and Advocacy Specialist

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