Wellness Coaching

Our counsellors will focus on your health and wellness through therapy sessions that will lead you towards holistic wellness. 

Wellness coaching involves dedicated time working with the individual to improve their health and helping them achieve a healthier mind and body. This may involve working with a nutritionist to help the individual follow the right diet, avoid excessive eating or working with eating disorders like anorexia or bulimia.

Wellness coaching also helps individuals identify whether they are involved in substance abuse (drugs, alcohol, smoking) and designing programs to help them overcome their addictions.

How we can help?

In our wellness counselling program, we work with clients who might have a diet related problem, a smoking problem or an alcohol problem and help them focus on their health and wellness.

Through this counselling program at our wellness centre, our counsellors will focus on nutrition, which is the key to a healthy lifestyle and help you identify if you’re overweight, obese or have an eating disorder.  We will also help to identify if they are involved in substance abuse (drugs, alcohol, cigarettes) and guide them on the correct path to recovery. Our trained counsellors will assist you in identifying the right choices along with therapeutic techniques coupled with certain exercises and relaxation procedures for your body and mind.

“No matter how old you are, not matter how much you weigh, you can still control the health of your body”

Dr. Mehmet Oz
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