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Health & Wellness Coaching for Sustainable Change

  • Margaret MooreEmail author
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This article is based upon a transcript of a presentation to the Coaching Research-Congress »Coaching meets Research« in Basel in June 2012, with the addition of some references and resources. The topic is an overview of coaching in healthcare and wellness based upon developments in the USA.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wellcoaches CorporationFounder/CEOWellesleyEngland

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