A confidential partnership between client and coach that facilitates insight, elicits client-generated strategies and motivates client to achieve wellness goals.
Using Your Strengths to Propel Your Future
Through wellness coaching you will identify your wellness priorities while working one-on-one with a wellness coach intern. Your coach will use behavior change tools to empower you to take charge, connect with your motivators, and learn goal setting strategies.
What is Coaching?
- Creates a powerful partnership between client and the coach
- Provides support, guidance, and encouragement; free of judgment
- Facilitates change by focusing on your past successes and strengths.
Wellness coaching can help you improve your:
- Exercise, eating, and sleep habits
- Fun time, 'me' time, and relaxation time
- Connectedness to family, friends, and colleagues
- Actions that align with your values and beliefs
- Creativity and problem-solving
To get involved; you have 2 main options:
- Submit a request for
- Onsite, in person coaching. Read about our
- Contact GHN's Wellness Specialist: Paula Kommor, M.Ed., CPA
Get Healthy Now Wellness Coaching Programs
|PRIMARY (Main)||SECONDARY (Supplement)|
|Coaching Program:||Empowered Health Coaching Program||Get Healthy Now on‐site
Wellness Coaching Program
|Qualifier for $40 Monthly Premium Incentive||Yes||No|
|Eligibility Criteria||Employees enrolled in UofL’s medical
plan AND in Get Healthy Now (requires
annual completion of HRA*).
|All employees are eligible, even those
who waive the University’s medical
|Delivery Method||Telephonic / Electronic message board||In‐person (face‐to‐face)|
|Participation is required only if HRA
indicates medium‐to‐high health risk.
|Maintain monthly contact with
Empowered Health Coach.
|Meet for 8 sessions in 1 semester.|
|Coaches||Health Fitness Corporation
Certified Health Coaches.
|UofL wellness coaching interns pursuing an
Interdisciplinary Wellness Coaching
Minor supervised by certified wellness coaching staff.
* Health Risk Assessment (HRA)
Not interested in individual coaching? Learn more about:
Resources on Coaching:
Fitness: On the Other End of the Line, Discipline - The New York Times