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MTSU Health Promotion, a unit of Student Health Services, has launched a new health coaching service for students. Students can make appointments to meet one on one with a health professional to discuss goals around health topics like healthy eating, exercise, smoking cessation, stress management, and more. The appointments are free of charge for currently enrolled students.
“We know that many students are trying to make improvements in their personal health, but they don’t always have the information they need to make those changes,” says Lisa Schrader, Director of Health Promotion. “Working with a health coach can help provide that information, as well as strategies for how to make positive health behaviors fit into students’ already busy schedules.”
Appointments can be made by contacting Vinny Black at 615-898-5275 or Vincent.Black@mtsu.edu. Students may also use the online appointment request form available at www.mtsu.edu/healthpro/health-coach.php. Students will typically be contacted within two business days.Middle Tennessee State University Page