Anyone done NIWH Whole Health Educator program? - page 5
Has anyone completed (or know anything about) the National Institute of Whole Health (NIWH) Whole Health Educator for Nurses program? If so, have you become a Certified Holistic Nurse? What's the... Read More
Mar 3Thank you Kathy. You have been helpful! I am in the process of finding a reputable program that specializes.
Mar 4Quote from Providence60Interesting info. How can I go on the program's monthly call without being registered in the program? I'd love to get an idea of the program before committing. ThanksHello fellow NIWH participant,
So pleased to hear how much you are enjoying this program as much as I am! It really is very unique and the best option for nurses seeking real credentials for health and wellness patient education work in either a medical practice or for our own private practice. I’ve looked at a LOT of programs online and this program gives so much more value (at about the same cost) as other programs. And, the other programs don’t allow you to earn an NPI number or nurse CE contact hours or all the other perks it gives. I encourage you to go on the program’s monthly call-ins as there is a lot of discussion on them about what other graduates are doing and it’s quite impressive! On one of the calls, I heard it explained how Medicare is pushing disease prevention and health education big time, so nurses can do very well with this training and certification.
LOL, ---------------- might be upset to hear you call yourself a coach because this program is SO much more than coaching. You can do so much more with this program than can a coach (check out comparison chart at Whole Health Training - Accredited | National Institute of Whole Health). Good luck with everything and I hope to see more of your comments in this forum!
Thanks for all the info. Would you happen to know whether there are any limitations to this in Connecticut? Thank you
Mar 30Hi Kathy,
No, there are not any limitations to this credential in CT as the program provides a NATIONAL credential and thus does not limit one to state regulations where one lives or practices.
Apr 5Hi! Yes you need to have a degree or license in a health career or focus. The best way to know for certain if you qualify for the program would be to call and talk with someone at the program (Whole Health Training and Education - Accredited | Holistic Health Programs). Hope this is helpful!