A health and inclusion coach is one of the three editors of a book which has reached the Amazon bestseller lists.
Jackie Arnold, who lives near Blandford Forum, said the book – Empowerment in Health and Wellness – was highly relevant to present times.
Available in paperback and Kindl, it offers approaches from professionals working with the mind-body connection to reduce stress and anxiety, build motivation and enable individuals to understand and respond to their needs.
The book details the impact of the three pillars of health and wellness: awareness, information and learning.
It provides a framework to deepen professional knowledge, skills and confidence to support others in times of uncertainty and crisis.
The methods and content outline the experiences that continually come from supporting cancer patients, carers and their families at the Fountain Centre, a UK charity working with the National Health Service.
Jackie Arnold worked for more than 30 years in organisations around the globe supporting senior leaders.
She joined the Cancer Fountain Centre, part of Surrey Hospital NHS Trust, in 2017 as a volunteer support coach and supervisor.
In 2020 the team of coaches, supporting all those impacted by cancer, came together to create a service and write the book.
It is aimed at health and care professionals, HR and leaders in organisations who are supporting both cancer and Covid-19 patients who need support in times of uncertainty and change.
The book can be ordered from Amazon here.
By: Andrew Diprose Dorset Biz News