|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.1 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 1.0 CECs, NBHWC 1.0 CECs|
Significant social and emotional impairments that some clients experience may require more than traditional models of health coaching when it comes to leading them to achieve their health and fitness goals. In this webinar, 20-year educator Dr. Charles Ware, president of Innovative Health Education Solutions in Las Vegas, shares how health and fitness professionals can manipulate the social and emotional impairments of certain clients to produce positive physical changes in mood and overall function
You will learn:
- Physical and mental self-regulation methods to use to reduce stress among clients
- How the essential functions of the brain and body work in correlation with stress levels
- Educational techniques to improve clients’ mental health functioning
I have BS in Psychology, and a lengthy academic history and research experience regarding the implications and effects of exercise on mental heath. I have to say- this video was horrible. Not only was it incredibly boring and hard to follow (the topics were all over the place) but there was a fair amount of misinformation. The speaker didn't have a background in psychology, which was obvious. I also noticed a few statements that I personally found to promote an unhealthy relationship with food and exercise, rather than the opposite - which was the intent of the video.
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