Understanding wellness as a multi-dimensional construct has significant implications for both physical and psychological health treatment. links between chronic illness and lifestyle factors such as inactivity, diet, and stress, present a need for professionals with specialized training who can support individuals in developing skills and resources related to making lifestyle changes. To facilitate well ness-based lifestyle change, models that integrate evidence-based approaches are needed. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and Solution-Focused Coaching a1-e evidence-based approaches that emphasize client strengths and building solutions in both clinical and non-clinical contexts. Establishing a Solution-Focused Wellness Coaching (SFWC) model provides a short-term, effective approach to coaching that is applicable in a variety of health and wellness contexts including primary care, counseling, social work, occupational and physical therapies, and exercise and fitness. The SF\JvC model provides a framework that utilizes specific, replicable therapeutic techniques for supporting clients in enhancing wellness across physical, spiritual, emotional, intellectual and social domains.
Beauchemin, James and Lee, Mo Yee
"Solution-Focused. Wellness Coaching*,"
Journal of Solution Focused Practices: Vol. 1:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/journalsfp/vol1/iss2/6