Epigenetic Coaching: Optimizing Human Performance and Potential
Epigenetics involves the study of how lifestyle choices and environmental factors significantly impact the way our genes are expressed and ultimately our health and well-being. As health-conscious individuals seek new ways to improve their performance, the demand for coaches in this field is growing rapidly.
- Are you familiar with the emerging fields of genomics and epigenetics or curious about what they mean?
- Would you like to learn how epigenetic coaching can help individuals optimize performance in all aspects of life?
By assessing an individual’s unique genetic blueprint, their lifestyle and environment, epigenetic coaches provide clients with customized, actionable plans and coaching to take charge of their human potential
In this session, you will learn the key concepts of epigenetics and epigenetics coaching, and view a sample client profile and plan. You will learn how changes in one’s lifestyle can maximize quality of sleep, improve mental acuity and facilitate stress resiliency. Finally, you will leave with an understanding of how to learn more for yourself and your clients
Janet McGillicuddy has over 20 years of diverse experience as a senior HR Leader and certified executive coach for Fortune 500 firms. Janet is most passionate about helping others achieve their highest potential by aligning their strengths and passions and by practicing a whole-person approach to coaching. To strengthen her background, Janet has pursued a unique Epigenetic Coaching Certification Program through the Apeiron Center for Human Potential. This program enables Janet to assess each client’s unique genetic blueprint, their lifestyle and environment and create customized coaching plans to help them optimize their lives.
Janet holds a BS Degree from Cornell University in Industrial and Labor Relations and a Graduate Level Certificate in Executive Coaching from William James College. She is certified as an MBTI Instructor and Leadership Brand Instructor.
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).