The National Wellness Institute Wellness in Clinical Practice (WCP) Professional Certificate Program provides the tools for participants to integrate the principles of evidence-based health behavior, wellness, coaching, health promotion, and disease prevention into their clinical practice.
Eligible for seven (7) continuing education credits, the course consists of six self-paced online training modules. Individuals who successfully complete the self-paced training within six weeks of registering receive a Wellness in Clinical Practice Professional Certificate.
Online Wellness in Clinical Practice Certificate
Acquire the tools to integrate the principles of evidence-based health behavior, wellness, coaching, health promotion, and disease prevention into a clinical practice.
Current NWI Member: $449
Current NWI Student members: $249
Non-NWI Member: $549
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Who’s taking this course?
The program course is recommended for professionals working directly with patients/clients in a clinical setting: physicians, nurses, chiropractors, massage therapists, acupuncturists, health and wellness coaches, medical coaches, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, naturopaths, occupational therapists, clinical social workers, nurse midwives, physician assistants, respiratory care practitioners/respiratory therapists, registered dietitians, certified athletic trainers, and other clinical providers.
“The content of the training is up to date and has relevant/appropriate materials and references that I can use in my own practice.”
– Marilou H., Senior Occupational Health Nurse
“It definitely improved my confidence, knowledge, and abilities in the field and left me with the ability and resources to continue researching in my specific area of focus.”
– Veronica H., Registered Nurse
“It’s a very useful program. I hope that you continue to grow and provide this necessary information to clinicians and the wellness community.”
– Lindsey W., Licensed Professional Counselor
Introduction to Wellness in Clinical Practice
Health Behavior Theories and Models in Clinical Practice
Implementation and Practical Application of Health Behavior Theories in Clinical Practice
Principles and Application of Health Communication and Wellness Coaching
The Wellness Assessment Process
Community Health Advocacy
The Wellness in Clinical Practice Certificate course includes the following required elements. You must complete the full lesson and associated quiz for each module before you are given access to the next module. All required elements, as well as the final exam, must be completed before the end of the 6-week course for which you are enrolled.
The National Wellness Institute thanks the following individuals for their contributions to the development of this course: Marion Willard Evans, Jr., DC, PhD, MCHES, CWP; Cheryl Hawk, DC, PhD, CHES, CWP; Michael Perko, PhD, MCHES, FAAHE; Betsy Barrett, PhD.
Continuing Education Credit
Participants will receive 7 continuing education credits (CECs) after successful completion of the full Wellness in Clinical Practice Certificate course and the post-course evaluation. Click here for a list of pre-approved CEC providers.