Health Coaching

Functional Medicine Health Coaching:

Get to the root of health…one step at a time.

Ready for a change?

You want a healthy life you love. But, something always gets in the way.

Time runs out.

Plans fall through.

You get tripped up.

Or, you just flat out have so much going on you can’t think straight enough to iron out the details.

A coach can help.

Functional Medicine health coaching considers the connections between your mind and body, motivations and strengths to help you build a bridge to better health and deep wellness.

Making the changes you want is easier with a coach. How? Enter the science of change. Using tools like motivational interviewing, stages of change theory, and positive psychology techniques your coach helps you figure out what you most want, and what you’re actually ready to take steps towards.

You can meet with a coach about reaching your own health vision or about implementing your doctor’s recommendations. 

Work with a health coach in these areas:

  • Rest, relaxation and restorative sleep
  • Stress-management
  • Joyful movement
  • Social support
  • Increasing hydration
  • Doctor-approved nutrition plan

Get started with a no-cost discovery call.

Fill out the form and ask any questions to see if coaching is right for you.

Get a glimpse: Watch this short video to get a look at health coaching.

Amy Hadden

Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach

Amy is a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach. She received her training from the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy in collaboration with the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM).

Amy offers online health and wellness coaching. Her approach blends coaching tools derived from positive psychology and functional medicine principles along with mind-body techniques to help clients find inspired motivation. The science of strengths is central to her approach since research shows people who utilize their strengths are 18 times more likely to thrive in life.

Amy is a survivor of mold-related illness. She is an affiliate member of the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI). Amy is no stranger to the host of frustrating and oftentimes misunderstood symptoms that come with thyroid issues and knows firsthand the cost of burnout from unmanaged stress.  Through a whole body approach, Amy continues to discover greater levels of health and wellness. She desires everyone⸺especially those who face chronic health challenges⸺to cultivate compassionate space for a kind, healing journey.  

Creativity and love of learning are at Amy’s core. She has experience in the realms of education, communications and organizational development. She first learned of the powerful connection between the mind and body during her decade in the kindergarten classroom and remains deeply curious about the interplay between our bodily experiences, thoughts and brains. Amy is seeking National Board Certification for Health and Wellness Coaches (NBC-HWC) by sitting for exams in the coming year. 

Amy resides in Saint Louis with her husband and five-year-old son. On the rare occasion her nose isn’t in a book, her eyes expectantly scan the skies for rainbows. 

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