Join us in learning how nutrition, exercise, and emotional well-being can help you improve your overall health!
If you are 18 years or older, have a chronic disease like diabetes, obesity, COPD, a mental health condition, or are struggling with substance misuse and are motivated to make changes in your life, this group may be right for you!
The next group session will be starting on April 4th from 4:30pm to 6:00pm.
During Our Winter 2016 Session, FIVE members totaled for 59 lbs. loss, THREE got new jobs and THREE reported significant improvements in managing anxiety and depression. You can have results like this too!
Patients and group participants have seen some terrific results, here’s one testimonial from Empowering Whole Health alumni Sheri McSheehy.
Other comments from past participants have included:
- “This group was just what I needed at this time in my life. Thank you!”
- “Nice to have others to talk to, enjoyed it thoroughly!”
- “This group taught me I am not alone with my physical/emotional struggles. The subjects shared helped bring me back to life and gave me hope. Thank you.”
- “Loved the meditation aspects of the group.”
- “Participating as a peer leader was an amazing experience. Thank you Goodwin for hosting this group and making it possible for our community.”
Goodwin Community Health introduces our free Empowering Whole Health program featuring:
- Whole Health Action Management (WHAM) Training Sessions: To help you understand the process of person-centered planning to create the whole health goal you want to achieve. The training teaches you how to do weekly action plans, create a daily/weekly personal log, and the importance of the one-to-one peer support and weekly support group.
- Weekly peer-facilitated group support sessions: To connect with others in achieving your fitness goals. Groups are facilitated by peer leaders trained through the Whole Health Action Management program.
- For questions, contact Chris at (603)994-6349 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- This group is open to the public however, priority enrollment is for patients of Goodwin Community Health