The Whole Person-Centered Optimal Health & Wellness model is designed to empower individuals to achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness throughout their entire lifespan, regardless of economic and environmental factors (to the extent possible). This model is designed to be cross-cultural, and combine alternative health practices, traditional medicine, lifestyle medicine, allopathic medicine, osteopathic medicine, chiropractic medicine, modern medicines, counseling, coaching and mental, emotional and behavioral health practices, while emphasizing the “whole person” holistic approach.
Whole Person-Centered Optimal Health & Wellness
Whole Person-Centered Optimal Health and Wellness is defined as a human being achieving their own unique greatest physical, cognitive, and emotional potential as independently and cooperatively as possible.
Whole Person-Centered Optimal Health & Wellness Model
The Whole Person-Centered Optimal Health and Wellness model utilizes six (6) techniques necessary to support human beings in achieving optimal health and wellness throughout their lifespan.
- Comprehensive Education
- Self-Assessment Tool (Which Can Be Used Throughout One’s Lifespan)
- Intervention Services (When Needed)
- Industry Standards and Best Practices for Practitioners
- Holistic Service Delivery Methods
- Whole Person, Human-Centered Socio-Political Policies