Holistic Life Coaching Program Brings Science and Human Experience Together As One

October 24, 2008

The Spencer Institute for Life Coach Training expands its offerings.

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (PRnine – October 24, 2008) – Life coaching has been a popular and growing industry for more than a two decades. Today, more than ever, people are seeking holistic methods of wellness and personal development. A holistic life coach seems to help people bridge the gap and live a more fulfilling life.

“Holistic simply means ‘wholism.’ You can think of it as enhancing personal development from a multi-directional approach. In a holistic perspective, we view the person as a complete being, rather than an individual who may have an unresolved challenge. When we view all possible contributions to the current state, a better and more comprehensive resolution is created,” states Dr. John Spencer Ellis, the CEO and Founder of the Spencer Institute.

“For years, traditionalists thought that holistic methods of wellness and well-being were nothing more than wishful thinking. However, many major universities have conducted clinical studies to validate dozens of holistic methodologies. Obviously people are often reluctant to use traditional psychotherapy. And, western medicine hasn’t proven to be effective in reducing the cause of illness and it is too costly. The solution is education, prevention, and a multi-dimensional approach to overall well-being,” Ellis adds.

The Spencer Institute for Life Coaching has been offering coach training and wellness education since 1993 via live workshops and distance learning certification courses. Other programs offered include Life Strategies Coaching, Lifestyle Fitness Coaching, and Corporate Wellness Coaching to name a few. To learn more about a career in coaching visit http://www.spencerinstitute.com.

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Media Contact Information:
Jess Felton
John Spencer Ellis Enterprises
Jjfelton923@yahoo.com
http://www.spencerinstitute.com

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