Saybrook University’s M.A. in Integrative Wellness Coaching program provides students with an extensive knowledge of current research, practice, and training. The curriculum in this Master’s program is recognized by professional credentialing organizations, including the International Coach Federation (ICF) and the National Consortium for Credentialing Health and Wellness Coaches (NCCHWC). Courses include:
- Foundations of Lifestyle Medicine
- Evidence-Based Coaching
- Research Literacy for Scholar-Practitioners
- Applications of Positive Psychology in Wellness Coaching
This M.A. degree program includes 31 credits of graduate coursework, distributed in four semesters, for a 16-month program. At Saybrook, students have the opportunity to study at an integrative wellness coaching school dedicated to affecting positive change in the world.
This Master’s Integrative Wellness Coaching program forms an intersection between lifestyle behavior, health needs, and personal transformation. After completion, graduates may work within a variety of settings such as private practice, medical clinics, employee wellness centers, and corporate offices.
This wellness degree program also accommodates nurses, dieticians, health educators, organizational consultants/managers, massage therapists, and yoga teachers looking to incorporate coaching to strengthen their professional practice and communication skills.