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Coaching and Mentoring Journal

Calmly coping: A Motivational Interviewing Via CoActive Life Coaching (MI-VIA-CALC) pilot intervention for university students with perceived levels of high stress

Stress is a campus problem. This pre-post pilot study assessed the impact of Motivational Interviewing via Co-Active Life Coaching (MI-via-CALC) on the stress management of 30 full-time, English-speaking Canadian undergraduate students, aged 17-24 years....

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Health Behaviour Outcomes of Co-Active Coaching Interventions: A Scoping Review

The purpose of this paper was to conduct a scoping review on Co-Active (Life) Coaching (CALC) literature related to health behaviour change. The scoping methodological framework developed by Arksey and O’Malley (2005) informed the retrieval of appropriate articles....

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Motivational Coaching: A Functional Juxtaposition of Three Methods for Health Behaviour Change: Motivational Interviewing, Coaching, and Skilled Helping

The purpose of this paper was to explore the unique qualities/characteristics/components of the Co-Active coaching model compared to Motivational Interviewing and Egan’s Skilled Helper Model....

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2014 Poster Award Honorable Mention: Calmly Coping: a Motivational Interviewing via Co-Active Life Coaching Intervention for university students suffering from stress

2014 Poster Award - Calmly Coping: a Motivational Interviewing via Co-Active Life Coaching Intervention for university students suffering from stress

 

Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference sponsored by Harvard Medical School, Institute of Coaching and McLean Hospital

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2014 First Place Poster Award Winner: The CHANGE Program: Comparing an interactive Co-Active coaching approach with a prescriptive lifestyle treatment for obesity

THE CHANGE PROGRAM Comparing an interactive Co-Active coaching approach with a prescriptive lifestyle treatment for obesity: A summary of project findings

 

2014 Poster Award Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference sponsored by Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital, Institute of Coaching

Assessing motivational interviewing via co-active life coaching on selected smoking cessation outcomes

The objective of this study was to assess the impact of Motivational Interviewing (MI)-via-Co-Active Life Coaching (CALC) on: smoking behaviours, personal competency as well as changes in perceptions of identity, smoking, quitting and the intervention itself among young adults (aged 19–25 years) in Canada....

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The CHANGE Program: Comparing an Interactive versus Prescriptive Obesity Intervention on University Students' Self-Esteem and Quality of Life

Previous studies incorporating Motivational Interviewing administered via Co-Active Life Coaching tools (MI-via-CALC) have elicited positive results among adults with obesity. However, there is a paucity of this research that includes sufficient power and a comparison group....

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Coaching and Mentoring Journal

The CHANGE Program: Methodology for comparing interactive Co-Active coaching with a prescriptive lifestyle treatment for obesity

Studies incorporating Motivational Interviewing via Co-Active life coaching (MI-via-CALC) have elicited positive results among obese adults; however there is a paucity of comprehensive MI-via-CALC-obesity research that includes sufficient statistical power and a validated comparison group....

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The Experience and Impact of Motivational Interviewing-via-Coaching Tools on National Smokers' Telephone Hotline Employees

This study‘s purpose was to assess the experience and impact of Motivational Interviewing-via-Co-Active Life Coaching training on smoking hotline employees‘ perceived competency to facilitate callers‘ behaviour changes. In-depth interviews and a Perceived Competency Scale (PCS) were utilized....

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Annotated Bibliography of Life Coaching and Health Research

 While executive life coaching is quite prominent in the research forum as outlined in Grant’s workplace and executive life coaching annotated bibliography (2005), studies pertaining to life coaching related health outcomes are fewer in number and they have not been well recognized....

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