Holistic Coaching?

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    Hello,

    I was curious as to how many of you have pursued a certification in coaching, as a nurse....more specifically a "Holistic Life Coach" certification. I'm researching various avenues, and Spencer Institute offers a short/self paced certification process to obtain such a certification.

    However, I was wondering, if I were to work as a Holistic Life Coach, promoting wellness of mind, body, and the spiritual being, would being an LVN hinder me from having my own independent practice? I'd like to include in my "bio" of sorts that I'm a nurse w/ experience, but wondering if I should keep that separate as I won't be working under a RN or MD...for liability purposes....

    any info would help!

    Thanks!
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    Hello,

    I was curious as to how many of you have pursued a certification in coaching, as a nurse....more specifically a "Holistic Life Coach" certification. I'm researching various avenues, and Spencer Institute offers a short/self paced certification process to obtain such a certification.

    However, I was wondering, if I were to work as a Holistic Life Coach, promoting wellness of mind, body, and the spiritual being, would being an LVN hinder me from having my own independent practice? I'd like to include in my "bio" of sorts that I'm a nurse w/ experience, but wondering if I should keep that separate as I won't be working under a RN or MD...for liability purposes....

    any info would help!

    Thanks!

    Hi,

    Just wanted to comment on your question regarding your LVN experience. If I were seeing a holistic life coach the fact that you also have experience as a medical professional would work for me. It's the best of both worlds and definitely a marketing selling point. As long as you don't practice nursing I don't see what the problem would be.


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