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Welcome to the Duke Health & Well-Being Programs website!

What title can I use?

As a graduate of the Duke Integrative Health Coach Professional Training, you may continue to use Integrative Health Coach or Health Coach in your title. If you would like to use Duke Health & Well-Being, we have included some options below.   As a reminder, although you may use the Duke name when discussing your training, please do not use the Duke name in a way that implies you are employed, supported, endorsed, or sponsored by Duke.   Below are some examples of correct and incorrect references depending on your current certification For Foundation ...

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Will you be offering the Certification Course again?

Currently, our plans are to offer the stand-alone Certification Course for graduates of the Foundation Course.

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I am a recent graduate of the Duke Integrative Health Coach Professional Training (IHCPT) Course – is Duke Health & Well-Being Coach Training (DHWCT) the same course but renamed? Has the curriculum changed?

This course is not the same, but the curriculum includes content from both the Foundation and Certification training programs previously offered, plus additional deeper dives into content, mentoring sessions, and current research. As you may know, the National Board now requires completion of content from both the previous ...

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What are the changes to the program and why has this change been made? 

Our mission is to deliver high-quality, experiential training that best supports the development of professional health & well-being coaches to partner with clients effectively and skillfully for successful, sustainable health behavior change.  In order to best meet this mission and to support our alignment with the professionalization of health coaching via the National Board Certification, we have decided to: 

  1. Change the name of our program to Duke Health & Well-Being Coach Training. 
  2. Combine our current Foundation
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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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