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Health Coaching for Prediabetes in Primary Care

by Ryan Sherman In the United States, primary care has historically treated patients using a “sick care” model, a system which waits for patients to become ill before they are treated.   However, the advent of the Affordable Care Act, gave rise to patient centered medical homes, which are designed to support a primary prevention model, […]


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The Development of My Passion

by Hannah Ewing Every health professional can probably point to a certain circumstance or life event that helped guide them to that role. For me, my journey began about 6 years ago. I was struggling with a mix of health issues (skin, hormonal, emotional) and decided to pursue holistic care. I consulted a nutritionist for […]


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Becoming a Coach: Mastery Comes from Masters

As the coaching industry expands, the choices of schools, programs and philosophies has grown exponentially. However, becoming a coach is about much more than studying a set of skills and then applying them scientifically to another person. Becoming a coach is as much about personal transformation as it is professional growth. To become a coach, […]


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Coaching…it’s turtles all the way down

The story goes: a prominent thinker, perhaps William James or Bertrand Russell, delivered a lecture on the nature of the solar system. In response, an elderly woman proposed an alternate theory, that the world is flat, sitting on a turtle, and it is turtles all the way down. Her wacky notion has a kernel of […]


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Coaching Intervention for Fibromyalgia

See study in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders Client Testimonials “I am more comfortable with having fibromyalgia and being able to get through it; I know I am going to be okay; I started going to the gym twice/week; I still have a lot of fatigue but the pain has subsided” “I’ve always been a goal setter […]


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Harvard Coop Book Launch, September 8 at 7pm

Join Margaret Moore and Eddie Phillips for their Harvard Health book launch event, September 8, at the Harvard Coop. Their  book, Organize Your Emotions, Optimize Your Life, will be released on September 6 by publisher William Morrow. Read the introduction and first chapter now.


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Are you burned out?

Are you burned out? Margaret Moore explores burnout, and physician burnout, in Institute of Coaching July 2016 coaching report: ow.ly/PP3r301ZesS


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The Gift of Presence

“The human soul doesn’t want to be advised or fixed or saved. It simply wants to be witnessed — to be seen, heard and companioned exactly as it is. When we make that kind of deep bow to the soul of a suffering person, our respect reinforces the soul’s healing resources, the only resources that […]


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Job Opening: Executive Assistant

Executive Assistant to CEO General Statement of Duties Business owner, social entrepreneur, and co-leader of two non-profits is looking for a part-time Executive Assistant to be her collaborative partner and project manager. The EA will play an integral role in managing projects, relationships, scheduling and most of all, helping balance and organize multiple projects and […]


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Being a Coach = Meaningful Life

From Can Helping Others Help You Find Meaning in Life? – “A recent study by Roy Baumeister at Florida State University sought to investigate this and other differences between happiness and meaning. In a survey of over 300 participants, the researchers looked for traits and behaviors that were related to happiness (but not meaningfulness) and […]


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