Frequently Asked Questions

Where did you get your certification to be a Coach?


I attended every one of the Tad James Company NLP trainings in the year 2020.

I received Practitioner certification in NLP, Coaching, Time Line Therapy™ and Hypnosis. 

Master Practitioner certification in NLP, Coaching, Time Line Therapy™ and Hypnosis.

Trainers Trainer certification in NLP, Coaching, Time Line Therapy™ and Hypnosis.

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Where did you get your certification to be an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach?

I attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), the world's largest Nutrition School. IIN is an online nutrition institute headquartered in New York City. It has been licensed by the New York State Department of Education since 2009 and it has received recognition by the National College Credit Recommendation Service.


What is a Health Coach?

There is a lot of buzz around this term, and for good reason. Health coaching has emerged as a $6 billion service market, and with 86% of the nation's $2.7 trillion annual healthcare expenditures spent on chronic and mental diseases, doctors are partnering up with health coaches more than ever to assist in improved coordinated care, preventative health and patient recovery. Health Coaches are health educators who motivate and advise clients to change unhealthy lifestyle habits and achieve their wellness goals (think: improved sleep, weight loss, stress management, preventing/managing chronic diseases). They act as mentors and accountability partners to help their clients discover what makes them thrive.

Holistic What does it mean?

Holistic defined: "The belief that the parts of something are intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole.​.. Characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the symptoms of a disease." In other words, as it relates to health, holistic means looking at the big picture. It involves considering a variety of lifestyle factors, both on and off the plate, with the intention to identify the root cause rather than treating symptoms.