Our Health and Wellbeing Coaches in Liverpool and Sefton can help you set goals and motivate you to improve your lifestyle choices. we can work with you on a one-to-one or in a group to support you to manage your health and wellbeing.
Who could benefit from Coaching?
Health and Wellbeing Coaching could support you if you are living with:
- Mental Health diagnosis,
- low self-esteem,
- additional learning needs,
- risk of developing long-term conditions,
- concerns about your health generally,
- weight management issues.
What to expect when you access the service
Our Health and Wellbeing Coaches will meet with you to find out about any health and wellbeing concerns you might have, what's important to you for your health and wellbeing, and how you're feeling currently to understand what support you need and how they can help you. By asking you a few short questions, our Coaches can get a baseline measurement for your health and wellbeing, which can be used to measure how you are progressing and feeling over time.
Your Coach will tailor your support to your needs, help you to set goals, and arrange how often to meet to keep you on track with your goals.
Occasionally, you may be signposted or referred to other services alongside Health and Wellbeing Coaching if it's felt that this would benefit you.
Our Health and Wellbeing Coaches would love to offer you support. Please contact:
SMART goals means:
- Specific (simple, sensible, significant)
- Measurable (meaningful, motivating)
- Achievable (agreed, attainable)
- Relevant (reasonable, realistic and resourced, results-based)
- Time bound (time-based, time limited, time/cost limited, timely, time-sensitive)
Creating SMART goals can make it easier to achieve your goals and stay on track. We can support you to:
- break your overall goal down into smaller goals - like small ripples that create big waves eventually,
- write your goals down so you can track your progress - people find that writing a goal down helps to keep them accountable,
- improve self-control/self-discipline by creating a consistent routine, which can help you break bad habits,
- identify your potential barriers and plan what you are going to do to overcome these,
- focus on what you can control.
Ask for an appointment or a drop-in session with a Pathways Advisor who can refer you to the service if you are eligible. A Pathways Advisor will complete a criteria form to determine if this service is approproate for you.
Service users can be referred to The Life Rooms Pathways Advice service, where a criteria form will be completed to determine if Health and Wellbeing Coaching is the appropriate support for them.
If you are a partner organisation of The Life Rooms and would like to refer someone to the Health and Wellbeing Coaching service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com