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Jacqui Bryan BA, RN, MS, CHC
Founder and Managing Director of An Apple a Day, an author, writer, and engaging professional speaker. Jacqui has devoted the past 10 years of her career to independent practice; guiding individuals in the use of preventative lifestyle approaches to good health using proven behavioral strategies to tap into their own motivation for healthy behavior change. She is currently featured in the New England Cable TV News series on Health Coaching and is a regular consultant for TV and Radio and has also been featured in Weight Watcher’s Magazine among others.
Jacqui’s media link:http://www.jacquibryan.com/Media-Links.html
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Jacqui holds a Master of Science in Health Communication from Tufts University School of Medicine, is a member of NSHC’s Professional Advisory Board and is an Associate Lead Coach of NSHC’s highly popular CoachClinic®.
MINDFUL EATING LIFESTYLES LIMITED
Julie Chiu, RN, MS, CHC, IC®
Julie is the Managing Director of Mindful Eating Lifestyles Limited and Hong Kong’s only Certified Health Coach, Intrinsic Coach®, Certified Intuitive Eating Pro® Weight Management Counselor and Mindful Living Behavior Specialist. She also serves on the NSHC Professional Advisory Board.
As a pioneer of mindfulness-based health coaching and weight management in the Asia-Pacific region, Julie assists clients in unlocking their inner wisdom to change self-sabotaging eating habits without guilt or deprivation in order to regain a healthier and more peaceful relationship with food and their individual healthy weight.
Julie has written articles for the Asian Pacific Alliance of Coaches (APAC) Healthy Mindset, Healthy Body and for several other newsletters, and magazines in the Asia Pacific region. Read Julie's article: Healthy Mindset, Health Body published in the APAC Newsletter (The Coaching Voice of Asia)
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Julie obtained her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from State University of New York at Binghamton (New York, USA) and a Master’s degree, with honors, in informatics from Columbia University School of Nursing (New York, USA).
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MyFitScript provides evidence-based fitness education and exercise programs for Baby Boomers and seniors with chronic disease or risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease. All materials reflect medically proven exercise principles that are safe and effective and meet industry standard recommendations.
Each program includes colorful illustrations and exercise prescriptions that are easy to follow and can be applicable in most any setting, including corporate wellness, heart failure treatment programs, aftercare maintenance programs, part of a health coaching certification program, physician education and patient education resource, and specialty programs.
MyFitScript is designed to assist health care providers, educators, and professionals in prescribing exercise as a primary intervention for the prevention and management of chronic disease and all programs include an age and condition specific prescription for key exercise/fitness components: strength and cardiovascular conditioning, stretching, warm-up and cool-down.
Corley, a 25 year veteran in healthcare gained much of her experience in key roles that include: Director of Quality Improvement for the American Heart Association Tennessee affiliate; Accreditation Review Specialist for the Society of Chest Pain Centers; Director of Cardiology for St. Joseph’s Hospital in Philadelphia and Director of Cardiology at Albany Medical Center in Albany NY.
While the ICHWC's attempt to standardize coaching certification standards internationally is a worthwhile effort, one certification does not meet the needs of all healthcare providers, nor all patients with varying acuity levels. In recognizing this distinct difference, the NSHC requires higher eligibility criteria for its Health Coach Certification; that which requires a current license, registration or certification to assess, plan, treat, implement and/or evaluate interventions in clinical and wellness settings.
Clinicians and practitioners should coach those with chronic conditions, co-morbidities, and high to moderate health risk for the same. NSHC's program of study is based on this premise. For this reason, the NSHC differentiates its Health Coach Certification and will remain independent of this consortium.