Anthropedia Well-Being Coaching

Our coaches do
MORE than help you change the way you eat.

They help you TRULY know yourself.

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Our coaches are certified by

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What is Anthropedia well-being coaching?

Our health and wellness coaches can help you identify obstacles to achieving what you really want, and equip you with tools and knowledge to realize your vision and goals in life. Anthropedia coaches use an evidence-based methodology based on more than 30 years of research on the science of well-being. Each coaching session consists of a relaxed dialogue that addresses every aspect of your life, and our certified coaches are experts at getting you into action–mind, body, and soul.

Coaching can help you feel happier and more resilient

An Anthropedia coach will help you take action on what you value most, and help you reflect on what is most meaningful and satisfying in life. Oftentimes, despite our best intentions, we spend most of our time focused on things we don’t really care about and it leaves us with a sense of emptiness and a lack of fulfillment and balance in life. Our coaches will listen carefully to everything you are thinking and feeling and help you devise strategies to address your worries and fears.

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Our coaches know that only you can change your own life

An Anthropedia coach works from the premise that only you can change your own life and that each individual is a unique tapestry. What will help you is different from what help someone else. So an Anthropedia coach will work with you to find a tailor-fit, personalized plan for greater well-being, so that you can remain confident and serene despite the challenges of the 21st century.

Interested in getting coached?

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By filling out the form below, we will help to pair you with a coach that is appropriate for you needs. We offer virtual and in-person options depending on your availability.

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Coaching for organizations

Anthropedia has developed programs for small organizations and massive institutions. This can include both coaching and training depending on the needs of the organization.

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Visit our center for well-being

Anthropedia offers face-to-face coaching at its headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition we offer more than 20 different wellness services in a beautiful facility.

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Why do well-being coaching?

There are so many reasons a person could be interesting in pursuing our coaching, here are at least 4 good reasons to get coached now.

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Greater Resilience

Developing your capacity to face the challenges of our time with serenity and hope will increase your resilience.

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Our coaching helps people become deeply aware of the functioning of their body, thoughts, and psyche.

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Awaken Your Intelligence(s)

Our hearts and minds are capable of amazing things, but few of us exercise them in the way some do their bodies.

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Gandhi said it best, "Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.”

Our Coaching
Improves Well-Being

A recent study of more than 200 of coaching clients showed our student’s well-being improved over the course of 6 months.

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Studies on our well-being coaching

Thanks to funding by the European Social Fund, we studied the impacts of our coaching on a number of different communities living in the south of Sweden.  

Anthropedia trained over 50 coaches, who worked in projects that serve immigrants and refugees, unemployed individuals, and at-risk youth.

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Proven to Develop Subjective Well-Being

New data analyzed from Sweden compares work interventions (in green): physical activity, work search, cultural activities, etc.; psychiatric interventions (in orange): therapy, drugs, and horticulture; and Anthropedia’s interventions (in blue): coaching and/or wellness services.
Specifically, our project that provided coaching and wellness services to unemployed individuals demonstrated statistically significant changes in a variety of outcomes, as indicated by the red stars. The minus sign demonstrates a marginal result.

Graph showing increased subjective well-being after Antrhopedia Coaching and Wellness Services

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