The Student Wellness program at Weber State University offers individual health coaching to guide you in reaching your wellness goals. Our goal is to help educate, support and empower you in designing a life-long plan for enhancing both your physical and psychological well-being. At the Student Wellness office, we consider wellness to be a process of growing and enhancing the social, spiritual, physical and emotional well-being of an individual’s life.
Please contact us for coaching sessions in the following areas:
- Stress Management
- Smoking Cessation
- Sexual Health
- Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Our programming focuses on functional health education with an emphasis on increasing critical thinking skills, self-awareness, confidence, and behavior change knowledge and ability. We believe by helping students build these skills, they will not only succeed during their years at Weber State University but in their future professional and personal endeavors.
What students are saying
Words cannot describe the gratitude I have for Weber's Wellness Coaching program. Previous to the program, I had pursued therapy in hopes of changing my life for the better - specifically, finding hope in a world that I thought held only misery and discontent. I did not find it in therapy; in fact, my frustration increased because change was not occurring. Through Students in Motion I heard about wellness coaching and it seemed appealing, so I tried it. After the first couple of sessions, I realized that the skills utilized by my coach offered a chance for me to climb out of that perceived misery and create my own hope. She taught me how to identify my own distorted thinking; she taught me how to identify what I wanted out of life and then brick by brick, or week by week, how to make that happen. When I started, I thought to myself, "I know how to make a "to do" list in order to achieve my goals. I don't want to involve someone else in creating that list." But that isn't what transpired in coaching. What happened is that I was taught how to identify the key processes - the behaviors - that enable me to get what I want. I was taught that writing "try something new" on my weekly to do list is NOT effective. I have to state "try yoga for the first time at 9am on Saturday morning at Yoga Jo's." By doing this I found a new activity that I want to practice for the rest of my life. If I tried something I didn't like, no worries, I wasn't the worse for it; in fact, experiencing the things that I didn't like allowed me to still feel fulfilled that I'd tried something new. Through wellness coaching I was able to see that life is about my opportunities, not my problems. And this has made a huge difference to me; I found my hope again…and a few smiles along the way.
Please call 801-626-7561 or email email@example.com to schedule your individual wellness appointment today.