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Are you seeking a transformative career that allows you to help others while embracing your passion for healthy living?

Women’s Health Coaching may be the perfect path for you.

Today, we’ll explore the journey of Tsipi, a former chef who discovered her passion for women’s health coaching, and discover the reasons behind her transition.

Tsipi’s story highlights the profound impact this career can have on personal well-being, professional growth, and the ability to positively influence the lives of others. Her journey unveils the transformative power of food and mindfulness in creating a healthier and happier life. Let’s dive in!

Interested in learning more? Watch the full interview between Tsipi and Dr. Jessica Drummond!

A Personal Journey of Discovery

Tsipi’s journey began as a successful chef specializing in Mediterranean cuisine. While she enjoyed her culinary ventures, the stressful nature of the catering business took a toll on her well-being.

Tsipi became curious about the connection between food and how it made her feel. She noticed symptoms like bloating, exhaustion, and even mild depression after meals. Determined to find answers and improve her own health, Tsipi embarked on a quest for knowledge. 

Tsipi’s search for understanding led her to Women’s Health Coaching. She recognized that while food played a crucial role in overall health, there were many missing pieces in the conventional approach.

Inspired by the prospect of filling these gaps, Tsipi enrolled in The Women’s Health Coach Certification program, which proved to be a pivotal decision.

The Transformative Journey of a Women’s Health Coach Certification Program

Tsipi highlighted several aspects that made the program exceptional. First, the opportunity to work closely with master coaches provided the tools and guidance needed to develop coaching skills.

 

Additionally, the program fostered a supportive community, connecting women from diverse backgrounds and professions, enabling valuable knowledge sharing.

She also emphasized the program’s flexibility, accommodating various learning preferences. Whether through audio lectures during walks, visually engaging slides on the computer, or printed transcripts for bedtime reading, the program catered to individual learning styles.

This flexibility was especially beneficial for Tsipi, who found it empowering to learn at her own pace.

 

Revolutionize Your Career:

Become a Board-Certified Women’s Health Coach 

In this NBWHC accredited health coach training program, learn the foundations of health coaching, functional nutrition,  and integrative health strategies specifically designed for women.

Plus, an entire component is dedicated to business training to teach the best strategies to build a thriving health coaching practice.

 

A Safe Space for Growth

Tsipi praised the program’s emphasis on mindfulness and creating a safe space for personal growth. She acknowledged her own transformation in becoming a better listener and developing inner calmness.

These lessons extended beyond coaching skills and had a profound impact on her overall well-being.

She expressed her gratitude for the program’s support and the connections she made with fellow participants, forming lasting friendships.

 

Overcoming Hesitations and Doubts

While Tsipi acknowledges that she initially had concerns about the financial commitment and time required for the program, she found the program’s flexible payment options and adaptable learning structure instrumental in easing those worries.

 

With the ability to spread out the workload and engage with the content at her own pace, Tsipi realized that the program was well-suited for individuals with varied lifestyles and responsibilities. 

Moreover, she emphasized the priceless value of the knowledge gained and the personal growth experienced.

If you’re ready to take your first step towards becoming a board-certified Women’s Health Coach, please schedule a call with our admissions team below. 

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Founder & CEO

Dr. Jessica Drummond,

DCN, CNS, PT, NBC-HWC

Dr. Jessica Drummond, DCN, CNS, PT, NBC-HWC, is the founder and CEO of The Integrative Women’s Health Institute, The Outsmart Endo Health Coaching Program, and the creator of the Women's Health Coach Certification.

She is passionate about caring for and empowering people who struggle with women’s and pelvic health concerns. She is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians and wellness professionals in confidently and safely using integrative tools to transform women’s and pelvic healthcare.

Dr. Drummond has two decades of clinical experience as a licensed physical therapist, licensed clinical nutritionist, and board certified health coach working with women with pelvic pain, including endometriosis, vulvodynia, and bladder pain syndrome. She brings a unique, conservative, and integrative approach to supporting women to overcome hormonal imbalances, and chronic pain conditions.

She is a sought after international speaker on topics such as integrative pelvic pain management, natural fertility options, optimal hormone health, menopause, and female athlete nutrition. Dr. Drummond was educated at the University of Virginia, Emory University, Duke Integrative Medicine, and Maryland University of Integrative Health.

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The Women's Health Coach Certification is for people who want to become a board-certified health coach, build a women’s health coaching specialty practice, support clients, and have a lucrative career in the growing health coaching industry.
Discover the foundations of health coaching, functional nutrition, and lifestyle medicine, specifically designed for women. PLUS, this program includes health coach business training that teaches how to build a thriving practice.