Learn how to coach from experts in the Science of Well-Being.

Improve your personal well-being and help others do the same.
Become an integrative health and well-being coach with Anthropedia.

A World in Crisis Affects Us All

health and well-being coaching is key to facing climate change

Rapid Change

Life has always been challenging, but these days the speed and quantity of changes in the world are unprecedented.

Everything is connected, and problems like climate change, economic inequality, and global pandemics, affect everyone.

Now more than ever the world needs coaches to address this affront to our well-being.

overcoming stress in a rapidly changing world.

Lifestyle changes & Stress

Faced with a rapidly changing world, our bodies and minds are stressed in ways they have never been before.

This is leading to a rise in what doctors and scientists describe as lifestyle and stress-related illnesses (e.g. depression, anxiety).

Rates of depression and anxiety have increased by as much as 33% since 2013.

finding hope in a changing world through health and well-being coaching.

Experience hope

We can help you experience hope, and equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to face the crises of our times.

You’ll be in a good position to help others to do the same once you complete our training.

Learning to be a coach will help you experience well-being, and give you new career opportunities.

Becoming a coach is not just about helping yourself, its about helping those around you move through a difficult moment in human history.

Learn more about our integrative biopsychosocial approach to coaching
based on the work of Dr. C. Robert Cloninger.

Our first objective is to provide you with everything you need to express your natural state of well-being while traversing the difficulties of life in our new era. There has never been a more important time to work on developing our well-being and our capacity to confront the great issues of our time.

C. Robert Cloninger, MD, PhD

Director of the Anthropedia Institute

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This is what some of our former students have to say about the training.

Earn a Certificate and/or CEUs

Participants who complete our training are eligible for a certificate of completion from the Saint Louis University College of Public Health and Social Justice.

For participants seeking continuing education credits, the University of Missouri - St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health will provide continuing education accreditation for trainings and workshops administered by the Anthropedia Foundation. MIMH is part of an accredited university and accepted by professional licensing boards in the State of Missouri.
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What makes our program unique

Online or Face-to-Face

You can take our training 100% online or take one of our face-to-face programs in one of our training centers.

Integrative & Interdisciplinary

You'll study more than 20 different courses like psychology, neuroscience, nutrition, pedagogy, coaching, and many, many more...

Multimedia Curriculum

Our certified coaches get exclusive access to the Know Yourself Series, a well-being curriculum based on 30 years of research on the Science of Well-Being.

Awaken Your Body

We have collaborated with choreographers to help you understand the body through movement, coordination exercises, and contemporary dance techniques.

Humanities, Art & Culture

Art & Culture are essential for our health. If we don't know the history of the search for greater meaning in life, our own health and well-being is incomplete.

Expert Instructors

Our instructors are all MD's and PhD's, experts in the Science of Well-Being, and passionate about the subjects they teach. All our instructors have been through our training.

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