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Meg Jordan’s “How to Be a Health Coach” Provides Insights on Health Coaching

The author presents a step-by-step guide to health coaching.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

The field of health and wellness coaching is undergoing dynamic changes. The bar is constantly being raised regarding educational standards and professional competencies.

Meg Jordan presents a comprehensive guide on health coaching in the 3rd edition of her book, “How to Be a Health Coach.” The book provides information about healthy lifestyles. It is dedicated to launching one’s study and experience of being an integrative health coach.

The author’s objectives include the following:

  • Achieve basic competency in coaching skills
  • Acquire and possess knowledge of healthy lifestyle
  • Possess the knowledge to improve wellness
  • Facilitate self-awareness and self-discovery of strategies and solutions
  • Identify and distinguish the stages in the change process
  • Encourage growth and learning
  • Apply appropriate use of wellness assessment tools and motivational skills

Jordan makes sure that her book has lessons on how to properly address health and wellness to gain the client’s trust when it comes to changes they will encounter in the future. “How to Be a Health Coach” is currently used in over 100 schools and training programs. It offers the expertise of renowned authors in the health coaching field. This third edition also offers updates on the strategies for life and health coaching, including the scope of practice and ethical standards.

The comprehensive health coaching book includes information about behavior, stress physiology, emotional and social intelligence, mindfulness, and holistic practices for improving self-awareness and self-efficacy. The author makes sure that the book is a perfect manual for health coaching.

Meg Jordan’s “How to Be a Health Coach: An Integrative Wellness Approach,” Third Edition is available on Amazon.

To learn more about Meg Jordan and her works, visit

Author’s Biography
Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, NBC-HWC is Professor and Chair, Integrative Health Studies at California Institute of Integral Studies. She is a clinical medical anthropologist, behavioral health specialist, RN specializing in integrative healing and behavioral health.

Meg is also a national board certified health and wellness coach, award-winning international health journalist, and author of numerous publications and books. An emeritus board member of the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching, she helped launch the first national certification for health coaches, and her peer-reviewed journal articles on education and training of health coaches, coaching for diversity and the underserved, and the difference between coaching and psychotherapy rank in the top tier of cited publications.

Serving as Co-President of the National Wellness Institute board, she received NWI’s Lifetime Achievement Award and was appointed to the California Governor’s Council. As special guest faculty for the Integrative Health Coaching program at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona, and the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, Meg’s innovative model for integrative health coaching has been adopted throughout the world, most notably in India and China. Her grant-funded ethnographic research on health coaching for the homeless pioneered new methodologies for outreach.

Meg “walks her talk” and enjoys a healthy, active lifestyle with friends and family, sailing, hiking and dancing.

How to Be a Health Coach: An Integrative Wellness Approach, Third Edition
Author | Meg Jordan
Genre | Health and Wellness, Coaching
Publisher | Global Medicine Enterprises, Inc.
Published Date | April 9, 2022

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