Want to know if someone is certified through the National Wellness Institute? Use the links and instructions below to determine NWI certification status.
Certified Wellness Practitioners (CWP)
The National Wellness Institute's Certified Wellness Practitioner (CWP) designation symbolizes an individual's strong academic preparation, professional competency in wellness programming, and commitment to continuing education, scholarship and professional development. The NWI Council on Wellness Continuing Education periodically reviews national standards to ensure the CWP designation reflects high-quality health promotion and wellness preparation. Click here for additional details about the CWP certification.
Certified Worksite Wellness Specialists (CWWS) and Program Managers (CWWPM)
The National Wellness Institute's Certified Worksite Wellness Specialist (CWWS) and Program Manager (CWWPM) certification programs are intended to give the worksite wellness professional the knowledge and tools needed to carry out successful worksite wellness programs. The most current information and research in the field of health promotion and wellness is used to teach participants how to change an organization’s culture to ensure long-term results. Click here for additional details about the CWWS and CWWPM certifications.
NWI Clinical Certifications: Wellness in Clinical Practice (WCP), Certified Chiropractic Wellness Specialist/Clinician (CCWS/CCWC)
The National Wellness Institute Wellness in Clinical Practice (WCP) Certification Program provides the tools for participants to integrate the principles of evidence-based health behavior, wellness, coaching, health promotion, and disease prevention into their clinical practice. Click here for more details on WCP.
View the most recent list of NWI Wellness in Clinical Practice (WCP) certification holders.
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