Michael Arloski, Ph.D., PCC, CWP is a licensed psychologist, Professional Certified Coach (ICF) and a Certified Wellness Practitioner. One of the key developers of the field of wellness coaching, his book Wellness Coaching For Lasting Lifestyle Change (published by Whole Person Asscociates) is the first and most comprehensive book written on wellness and health coaching. Professionally contributing to the field of wellness since 1979 he has presented at the National Wellness Conference over twenty five times, and has keynoted and presented on wellness on four continents. He has been recognized by the National Wellness Institute (www.nationalwellness.org) as a member of it's Service and Leadership Circle, and he was recently nominated to be President of the NWI's Board of Directors.
In this interview, Dr. Arloski discusses the ways in which the current model of wellness coaching is changing, how coaches can help clients shift the quality of their needs, the two requirements for lasting change, and so much more.
Show Notes links are below, and can be downloaded as a PDF here.
Wellness Coaching For Lasting Lifestyle Change published by Whole Person Associates
Real Balance Global Wellness Services, Inc. (Realbalance.com)
Abraham Maslow’s concept of self-actualization
Maslow: Toward a Psychology of Being
Maslow pyramid (Maslow’s hierarchy of needs)
Positive psychology (strength-based positive approach)
Positive psychology in the workplace
Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone
Love-based motivation vs. fear-based motivation
Dr. Don Ardell
Coaching for Connectedness
Wheel of Life exercise
Institute of Health Sciences
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