By Pamela Caravas (Greece)


The article aims at making two main points. Firstly, to introduce wellness coaching after establishing the limitations of life coaching as regards wellness goals, therefore, suggesting additional training in wellness terms for those who wish to work in the particular field as coaches. The analysis of the current societal manifestation of an unhealthy lifestyle also pronounces the emergence of wellness coaching as the nudge sought for by scientists looking for a suppliant to the expert approach and the mere reference of evidence-based knowledge in order to create a permanent healthy lifestyle shift.

This article is intended for coaches seeking to deliver more specific value to their clients aiming at making a healthy lifestyle shift and suggesting that specialty training in wellness coaching for professional nutritionists, fitness trainers and sports coaches may accelerate the wellness process and success rate of their clients.

Source: iCN Issue 6 (Personal Style & Wellness Coaching); pages 46-49

About Pamela Caravas

Pamela Caravas is an experienced coach focused on life and wellness skills in personal and professional settings and is currently preparing for the EMCC Senior Practitioner Level accreditation. She is based in Athens, Greece and works with clients all over Europe and Australia. She holds a postgraduate degree from Aston University and has significant experience as a qualified English language teacher. She is the author of a college level accredited coaching course that has been awarded the European Quality Award (EQA) conferred by the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) at Practitioner level. She can be contacted at