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Whole Health Education® Training
Study with the original pioneer and researchers who began the Whole Health movement in 1977
The National Institute of Whole Health – the Accredited Innovator of Whole Health and Whole Health Education®
The shift to a Whole Health perspective in health care started in Boston, 45 years ago, with the National Institute of Whole Health (NIWH). Our qualified graduates use the training in their private practice or within an established medical practice. A special NPI number, an expertly prepared billing and coding manual, practice building support, professional networking and mentoring are all available to NIWH learners and graduates from initial enrollment to graduation and beyond.
Educate, Advocate, Coach ®
WITH OUR ACCELERATED 6-12 MONTH PROGRAM expand your current credentials with our accredited Whole Health Education ® Programs.
Become a Credentialed Patient Educator
- Receive an NPI Provider Number to allow for health insurance billing in a medical office or for your own private practice
Earn Board Certification as a Patient Advocate
Learn NIWH Whole Health Coaching™ model
Watch Two Hours of FREE Whole Health Course Excerpts
Go Beyond Symptomatic Care ™
Choose from these Whole Health Programs
With the current Value Care focus on disease prevention and patient education, the NIWH 3-in-1, nationally accredited program, provides the only comprehensive, evidence-based Whole Health training grounded in over 44 years of research and development, reflecting the standards of the Institute of Medicine and the World Health Organization.
Choose the NIWH accredited, post-professional training for secondary provider status, professional liability insurance and billing & coding privileges!
The NIWH Whole Health approach provides the client with a demystified, yet evidence-based understanding of the 5 Aspects of Whole Health ™, regarding the cause of their chronic health concerns, empowering them to discern their personal, self-directed lifestyle choices for sustainable health and wellness.
“We cannot change our old behaviors without new information”©
NIWH Program Director
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