From a conference room in the clinic of UVM Medical Center’s Comprehensive Pain Program, with windows framing a panoramic view of the Green Mountains in the background, Dr. Jon Porter discusses the challenge of treating chronic pain. The condition can impact every aspect of a person’s life - from their ability to work, to their family and social relationships and mental health.
”Growing up I always questioned if there were other ways to treating illness or ailments - or really just to healing - other than traditional Western medications,” says Beck Inglese ’22.
UVM's 12-credit Integrative Health and Wellness Coaching Certificate will prepare you to promote healthy lifestyle changes while working with individuals in a variety of settings, including:
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- Covering Pain: Study Shows Better Way to Pay for Pain Management
- Nursing Study: Impacts of Stress Management and Resiliency Training on Academic Performance, Mood and Patient Care
- Professor Karen Westervelt Receives Dean's Award for Faculty Innovation
- New Mindfulness-Based Health and Wellbeing Course Open to All Majors
- Janet Kahn Receives Military and Veteran Family Research Award
- Team Up and Paddle: Support Local Cancer Patients and Survivors
- Integrative Pain Management Conference: National Experts, Local Focus
- Volunteers Wanted for Stress Management Study
- December 4 - Burnout: Why it Matters to Patients and Health Care Organizations