A coach is typically someone who helps his or her clients develop strategies for improving an area of personal wellness.  This role differs from a licensed professional counselor (i.e. LPC, LMFT) who would have a clinical practice in behavior change or mental health support. 

Anita Bangale, M.D.
Women and Teens, Perfectionism, New Moms, Transitions

M.Maria Flores
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Guest on Hope Pieced Together episode 25:  Athletics, Nutrition & Mental Health

Carolyn Robistow, M.Ed., LPC

Gabbi Sorenson
Certifed Holistic Nutritionist and Health Coach
Food freedom, self-acceptance, plant based nutrition
Guest on Hope Pieced Together episode 37: Social Media & Eating Disorder Recovery

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