Wellcoaches Research

The Wellcoaches protocol, described in our Coaching Psychology Manual, is evidence-based. Our coaching protocol is generating positive outcomes results reported in peer-reviewed scientific journals.


Sherman et al (2017). Coaching for prediabetes in primary care
Eisenberg et al (2017). Teaching kitchen, self-care, and coaching
Hackshaw et al (2016). Intensive health and wellness coaching for fibromyalgia
Long et al (2016). 19,800 coaching clients. Research summary.
McGloin et al (2015). Telephone coaching and diabetes
Polak et al (2014). Improving consumption of healthy food, diabetes patient
McGloin (2014). Coaching for Type 2 Diabetes
Sforzo et al (2014). Effective tobacco cessation via health coaching
Roy et al (2014). Physician-referred patients with chronic conditions
Sforzo et al (2013). Ithaca College employees
Sherman et al (2013). Primary care setting for MGH employees
Schwartz (2013). Alternative to bariatric surgery
Berna (2013). Tribal community healthcare center, diabetes patients
Galantino & Schmid (2009). Cancer survivors

Berman (2017). FareWell: a "digital therapy" using the Wellcoaches Model

Outcomes Across the Value Chain for Engaged Health Coaching Participants, h2U
Worksite Health Promotion and Health Coaching Success, University of Iowa

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