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Self-efficacy: Toward a unifying theory of behavioral change.

A Bandura Psychological Review 1977

Presents an integrative theoretical framework to explain and to predict psychological changes achieved by different modes of treatment. This theory states that psychological procedures, whatever their form, alter the level and strength of self-efficacy. It is hypothesized that expectations of personal efficacy determine whether coping beh...

Cites in Google Scholar: 108372
 
Integrative health coaching for patients with type 2 diabetes a randomized clinical trial

R Wolever, M Dreusicke, J Fikkan, T Hawkins, S Yeung, J Wake... The Diabetes Educator 2010

Purpose The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of integrative health (IH) coaching on psychosocial factors, behavior change, and glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes. Methods Fifty-six patients with type 2 diabetes were randomized to either 6 months of IH coaching or usual care (control group). Coachin...

Cites in Google Scholar: 432
 
Longitudinal benefits of wellness coaching interventions for cancer survivors

M Galantino, P Schmid, A Milos, S Leonard, S Botis, C Dagan,... Int J Interdisciplinary Soc Sci 2009

Purpose: To evaluate the immediate and longitudinal impact of 6 Wellness Coaching (WC) sessions for cancer survivors in improving health, fitness, well-being, and overall quality of life (QOL). Methodology: Thirty participants were recruited in three states and received intervention through the telephone. The participants included 20 br...

Cites in Google Scholar: 29
 
The process of patient empowerment in integrative health coaching: How does it happen?

KL Caldwell, J Gray, R Wolever Global Advances in Health and Medicine 2013

Emerging healthcare delivery models suggest that patients benefit from being engaged in their care. Integrative health coaching (IHC) is designed to be a systematic, collaborative, and solution-focused process that facilitates the enhancement of life experience and goal attainment regarding health, but little research is available to desc...

Cites in Google Scholar: 67
 
Group health coaching: Strengths, challenges, and next steps

C Armstrong, R Wolever, L Manning, R Elam III, M Moore, E Fr... Global Advances in Health and Medicine 2013

There is great need for cost effective approaches to increase patient engagement and improve health and well-being. Health and wellness coaching has recently demonstrated great promise, but the majority of studies to date have focused on individual coaching (ie, one coach with one client). Newer initiatives are bringing a group coaching m...

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A systematic review of the literature on health and wellness coaching: defining a key behavioral intervention in healthcare

RQ Wolever, LA Simmons, GA Sforzo, D Dill, M Kaye, E Bechard... Global Advances in Health and Medicine 2013

Primary Objective: Review the operational definitions of health and wellness coaching as published in the peer-reviewed medical literature. Background: As global rates of preventable chronic diseases have reached epidemic proportions, there has been an increased focus on strategies to improve health behaviors and associated outcomes....

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Coaching for health and lifestyle change: Theory and guidelines for interacting and reflecting with women about their challenges and aspirations

R Stelter, V Andersen International Coaching Psychology Review 2018

Coaching is increasingly applied throughout life and work domains as a relatively new way to support the learning and development of individuals and groups. In a research project group coaching was applied and explored with menopausal women (45 to 55 years of age). The goal of the research project was to support women in their attempts to...

Cites in Google Scholar: 15
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