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Wellness Coaching: leading positive change

20+ hours of content

100% delivered online

12 months of access to material

0 prerequisites

$299


Course instructors

Dr. Anita Milicevic

Anita came to Australia as a refugee from the Balkans war in 2001. Since then, she has completed an Honors degree and a Ph.D. i…

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Kim Graham

Kim is a qualified psychotherapist and naturopath, with 30 years’ clinical experience. Kim has worked in a diverse range of are…

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Kellie Hutchin

Kellie Hutchin is passionate about holistic practice, mindfulness and helping her clients to achieve happy and fulfilling lives…

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Continuing education

Completing this course can contribute to your continuing professional development with the below organisation(s).

What is your coaching style? Discover this and develop the coaching skills to become a wellness warrior at home, work or in your business. Learn about goal setting, understand how to use behaviour change plans to create healthier habits, lead change and build emotional resilience. Unleash your inner coach and champion others to thrive!

What you'll take away from this course

Understanding of your coaching style
Your wellness vision and goals
Counselling, communication and negotiation skills
Emotional intelligence and DiSC information
Stress management techniques

In this course, you’ll identify your coaching style and learn practical techniques and new skills that you can quickly and easily apply in your life.

Dive into our rich array of online resources, including videos, podcasts and interactive quizzes, to learn how to champion change in yourself and others.

Using our intuitive, industry-leading learning platform, you have the flexibility to study entirely online, in your own time and at your pace. Your learning is supported by an interactive Learning Journal, which you will download and use throughout the course. Remember, if you need it, learning support is one click away.

This course is designed and supported by experts and instructors at the forefront of the industry and backed by Endeavour College of Natural Health’s higher education credentials.

In this short course, you’ll study seven core topics, starting by looking at the six dimensions of wellness. Then, you’ll explore the coaching process and identify your personal style. Learn about behavioural change plans, emotional intelligence, self-compassion, stress management and resilience. Finally, with your vision and wellness goals set, you will quickly and easily apply your new coaching skills, supporting others to create and sustain lifestyle changes.

Wellness and Wellbeing

Study the definitions of wellbeing and wellness and how to measure them.

Wellness Coaching

Develop the skills to connect with others and inspire lifestyle changes.

Emotional Intelligence

Understand and assess your emotional intelligence and assertiveness.

Lifestyle Coaching

Learn how to build a healthy lifestyle and the importance of doing so.

Inspiring Change and Growth

Examine models of change, motivation and adherence to change.

Developing Self-Compassion

Gain skills to bring your best self to each coaching session and manage stress.

Coaching Styles

Explore your coaching style and how to enhance it.


Completing this course rewards you with the following credly badge, which you can share on your socials!

Awardees are able to coach others to reach wellness goals, understand their individual coaching style, create their own wellness vision, develop counselling, communication and negotiation skills, build emotional intelligence, apply the DiSC model and implement stress management techniques.

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If you love Wellness Coaching, why not enrol in another short course in mental health and wellness, nutrition, business or natural health? Or you may want to explore a degree with Endeavour College of Natural Health.

"One of the most important things I learnt was that change doesn’t have to be drastic. It can start small and evolve from there."

- Sarah Marshall