Domain I: The tasks that comprise and define this Domain are concerned with the activities that take place in the initial stages of the coaching process. (Domain weight = 25.6 %)
T-1 Explain the coaching process.
T-2 Obtain information about why coaching is sought, desired outcomes, priorities, personal strengths and challenges.
T-3 Determine if the individual is a candidate for health and wellness coaching.
T-4 Explore motivation and assess readiness for change.
T-5 Jointly create a coaching agreement that includes roles, expectations, practice-specific processes, fees, and frequency, mode and length of sessions.
Domain II: The tasks that comprise and define this Domain are used throughout the Health and Wellness Coaching relationship and are the most central to the coaching process. (Domain weight = 40.7 %)
T-6 Assist the client in creating a description of their ideal vision of the future.
T-7 Establish or identify the present situation, past history, previous successes and challenges, resources, etc. associated with the client’s vision.
T-8 Explore and evaluate the client’s readiness to progress toward the vision.
T-9 Invite the client to identify and explore patterns, perspectives, and beliefs that may be limiting lasting change.
T-10 Work with the client to establish goals that will lead to the vision.
T-11 Work with the client to develop a series of steps that will lead to the achievement of client-selected goals.
T-12 Elicit the client’s commitment to and accountability for specific steps.
Domain III: The tasks and knowledge that comprise and define this Domain are concerned with the activities that address the client’s evaluation and integration of progress. (Domain weight = 30.7 %)
T-13 Collaborate as the client evaluates success in taking steps and achieving goals.
T-14 Work with the client to maintain progress and changes.
T-15 Collaborate as the client re-assesses goals and makes modifications based on personal decisions and progress made.
T-16 Assist the client in articulating learning and insights gained in the change process.
T-17 Work with the client to develop a post-coaching plan to sustain changes that promote health and wellness.
Domain IV: The tasks that comprise and define this Domain underlie all Health and Wellness Coaching practice and the professional behavior of coaches. (Domain weight = 5.0 %)
T-18 Health and Wellness Coaches practice in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
T-19 Health and Wellness Coaches practice in accordance with accepted professional standards and within the limits of their scope of practice.
T-20 Health and Wellness Coaches practice in accordance with the accepted standards of professional ethics.
T-21 Health and Wellness coaches engage in a continuous process of training and education to become more proficient in their practice and to ensure that their practice-related knowledge and skills remain current.