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. 
 

Wellness Coaching is an evidence-based conversation structured around the changes that you want to make in your life when you are ready to make them – you are empowered through this process to identify the life you want to be living and design actionable goals and strategies to get you there. Trained Peer Wellness Coaches apply strategies and practical skills as they partner with you to work through lifestyle challenges and to help you reach a quality of life that is meaningful, self-sustaining, healthy, and value-driven.

 

Interested in learning more about your general health, nutrition, or around alcohol use? Take a screening below.


 


 

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.

Wellness Coaching Q & A

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What is Wellness Coaching

What is Wellness Coaching?

Trained Student Wellness Coaches will meet with you in- person or virtually to facilitate a one-on-one coaching conversation. The initial wellness coaching session is an hour and follow-up sessions are encouraged and 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?

A peer Wellness Coach provides support, tips, resources, and accountability to help you set and reach your goals around any of our 12 areas of health focused on caring for your mind, body, and soul. Topics include:

  • Building a healthy relationship with food and body image
  • Exploring fulfilling ways to exercise and move
  • Improving your sleep
  • Managing your stress, time, and academics
  • Prioritizing your mental health
  • Reflecting on your substance use
  • Developing meaningful relationships
  • Cultivating a satisfying social life
  • Engaging with your faith and spirituality
  • Finding belonging in your community 

How can I sign up?

Sign up for an individual wellness coach session by picking a slot in this calendar.

Meet Our Wellness Coaches

Wellness Coaches

Alison McDonald, '22

Lead Wellness Coach

Colin Droney, '23

Lead Wellness Coach

Anna Wen, '22

Lead Wellness Coach

Erik Banda, '22

Lead Wellness Coach

Erin McDonald, '23

Lead Wellness Coach

Orobosa Enabulele, '22

Lead Wellness Coach

Caitlin Colangelo, '22

Lead Wellness Coach

Jaime Mammolenti, '22

Lead Wellness Coach

Caroline Thompson, '24

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Erica Schlichting, '23

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Ainsley Kohler, '23

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Mary Fitton, '22

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Mary Fitton, '22

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Aroub Yousuf, '22

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Isabella Secchiaroli, '23

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Clare Bumpus, '22

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Bruce Salisbury, '24

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Muskan Merani, '23

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Kaira Wiltshire, '24

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Rahul Atluri, '22

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Letacianna Stoudmire, '24

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Brynn Dougherty, '23

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Mila Conteras-Godfrey, '24

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Tyler DiFiore, '23

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Tony Lewis, '23

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Jess Llewellyn, '24

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Alexa Spitz, '22

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Andrew Naguib, '23

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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?

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Motivational Interviewing Workshop

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