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Why choose Duke’s training?

The Duke Health & Well-Being Training (DHWCT) is uniquely based in many years of clinical experience and research and trains medical and allied health care providers in the core competencies necessary to work as a Health & Well-Being Coach. Participants report the greatest assets of our training are our well-designed coaching competencies, utilization of a coaching framework based on the neuroscience of change and theories of change models, the integration of mindful awareness, the emphasis on experiential practice to support ...

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Who typically attends your training course?

The training is designed for medical and allied health providers and other professionals seeking to partner with their clients to improve their health behaviors and outcomes. DHWCT participants consist of a diverse mix of educational and professional backgrounds. Many represent licensed medical and allied health fields such as medicine, nursing, physical therapy, health education, social work, exercise physiology, psychotherapy, and nutrition. Professional fields such as public health, massage therapy, acupuncture, yoga therapy, personal training, ministry, education, business entrepreneurs, healthcare marketing and ...

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What are our graduates doing?

Our graduates hail from a variety of backgrounds and are diverse in their professional application of health & well-being coaching. Some graduates work within healthcare settings using their integrative health coaching skills with their current clients, while others work to affect the policies and practices of their healthcare system. Other graduates work within corporate wellness programs or insurance companies to provide coaching services to individuals and groups covered by their organization. Others develop a private health coaching practice and provide ...

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What are the components of the Duke Health & Well-Being Training?

The Duke Health & Well-Being Training consists of two phases, Core Competencies and Advanced Application. The training is delivered through instructor-led training and an online curriculum which prepares graduates to immediately utilize their skills. The live instructor-led training includes coaching demonstrations, experiential practice, and mentored feedback. To increase accessibility for those interested in attending, as well as to support diverse learning preferences, the training is offered in two formats— Distance Learning and Hybrid In-Person and Distance Learning. Participation in the training is limited ...

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What kind of official documentation will I receive at the completion of the training?

After completion of each course, you will receive several downloadable electronic certificates including a Duke Health & Well-Being Certificate of Completion and applicable certificates of continuing education credits.

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