Meet with a Peer Wellness Coach!

Why sign up for Wellness Coaching?

Students can receive individual wellness coaching through our Institute for Wellness Coaching to develop personal goals and strategies to improve health behaviors. We believe health and wellness is the foundation for everything we do and it’s important to take time to invest in it during your time at BC. 

 

Meet Your Wellness Coaches


 

How to sign up for Wellness Coaching

Learn how to take care of your mind, body, and soul by improving your sleep, nutrition, exercise, stress levels, time, prioritizing your mental health, reflecting on your substance use, developing healthy relationships, and engaging with your faith community.

Learn how to reflect on your choices around substance use, its health impacts, strategies for safe use, and receive support if choosing not to drink.

Learn how to build a healthy relationship with your body, food, and exercise including how to: fuel for activity and movement and develop positive perceptions and beliefs about weight, nutrition, and body image.

Wellness Coaching Q & A

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What is Wellness Coaching

What is Wellness Coaching?

Wellness coaching is a free service available to all students, undergraduates and graduate students, designed to help identify health and wellness goals and take actionable steps to achieve them.

Trained Student Wellness Coaches will meet with you virtually, either by google hangout or phone to facilitate a one-on-one coaching conversation. The initial wellness coaching session is an hour and follow-up sessions can be scheduled as needed.

How does it work?

How does it work?

Wellness Coaches take a holistic approach to personal wellness and work with you through a collaborative and non-judgemental partnership to:

  • Explore how dimensions of well-being connect to your strengths, values, and motivations
  • Help students to set and achieve wellness goals and learn coping skills to thrive personally and academically
  • And help to connect you to campus resources

What topics are covered?

What topics are covered?

What do the Wellness Coaching topics include?

There are 3 main areas students can sign up for BeWell, NourishWell, and ChooseWell:

BeWell: General Health

Learn how to take care of your mind, body, and soul by improving your sleep, fueling with food and movement, managing your stress, time and academics, prioritizing your mental health, reflecting on your substance use, developing healthy relationships, and engaging with your faith and community

NourishWell: Food, Body Image, & Movement

Learn how to build a healthy relationship with your body, food, and exercise including how to: fuel for activity and movement and develop positive perceptions and beliefs about weight, nutrition, and body image

ChooseWell: Alcohol, Marijuana, & Other Drugs

Learn how to reflect on your choices around substance use, understand the impacts of alcohol and drugs on health, and develop strategies for safe use; receive support and mentorship around navigating the social culture if choosing not to drink

How can I sign up?

Sign up for an individual wellness coach session by picking a slot in one of these three calendars.

Meet Our Lead Wellness Coaches

 Jenny Chu

Be Well | Wellness Coach

Paiton Marshall

Be Well | Wellness Coach

Soumil Prasad

Be Well | Wellness Coach

Lia Frankis

Be Well | Wellness Coach

 Ryan Carney

Be Well | Wellness Coach

Amanda Greco

Be Well | Wellness Coach

Rachel Lewis

Nourish Well | Wellness Coach

Camryn Imperiale

Nourish Well | Wellness Coach

Rachel Goldsborough

Nourish Well | Wellness Coach

Maritha Du

Choose Well | Wellness Coach

Colin Griffiths

Choose Well | Wellness Coach

Alena Suski

Choose Well | Wellness Coach

Become a Wellness Coach

The Office of Health Promotion is looking for highly motivated students with a passion for health and health leadership. This is an opportunity for our students to pursue their passion for health, support and empower their peers to make healthy decisions, grow as individuals, gain career and leadership skills, and serve the Boston College community. Think you'd be a good fit?

Learn more

Motivational Interviewing Workshop

Request a workshop on Motivational Interviewing: A Positive Communication Technique for Behavior Change. Participants will understand the basics of this collaborative, student-centered approach and will be able to begin practicing their new skills right away.    

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