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Wellness Coaching

What is Wellness Coaching?

Wellness Coaching is a free one on one individualized guidance program that provides opportunities for you to gain awareness and learn strategies to help you thrive on campus and beyond.  Wellness coaches take a positive approach to personal development, utilize motivational interviewing techniques while focusing on your strengths to generate goals that are meaningful to you. 

What can a Wellness Coach help with?

A coach can help you navigate challenges related to the following topics:

  • Sleep
  • Exercise
  • Nutrition
  • Stress Management
  • Time Management
  • Tobacco Cessation
  • Relaxation Strategies

We are currently unable to offer a Wellness Coach at this time. Check back to request a Wellness Coach here.


If you have already requested a coach and received instructions to schedule a consultation, you may do so below. 
Book an appointment with Georgia Southern University

If you have already had a consultation with a Wellness Coach, you may schedule your first coaching session below.
Book an appointment with Georgia Southern University

Both coaching and counseling can be incredibly valuable for students. If you think you’d like to seek treatment for a mental health concern, please contact the Counseling Center at 912-478-5541 on the Statesboro campus or 912-344-2529 on the Armstrong campus, or explore the Counseling Center’s website

Disclaimer: Clients should not regard guidance received from their Wellness Coach as a replacement for standard medical care. Wellness coaches will not diagnose medical conditions, will not prescribe treatment or remedies, and recommend consulting a physician or a licensed mental therapist if you suspect a disease or ailment. Wellness coaches will refer to outside professionals when indicated and/or will refer cases which they professionally qualified to address. Wellness Coaches should not be regarded as registered dietitians, certified fitness professionals or licensed mental health professionals.

Last updated: 4/15/2022