Kim Moseley says “being a Health Coach is a calling for me, not unlike a calling into the ministry. I believe in people and their potential to become all they can be. I am a listener and love to hear peoples’ stories. It energizes me to see people step outside their comfort zone at whatever stage of life they are in to undertake a new challenge in spite of obstacles like fear, physical or health impairments and life circumstances. Coaching believes that people are capable of finding their own best answers and solutions in life. My role as a health coach is to help clients peel back the layers in order to discover the answers from within and to uphold their optimal health vision, identify habits that don’t support that vision, and build new ones that do.
I have always strived to live a “balanced” life. My balance consists of daily exercise, healthy eating, a high priority on family and friendships, community service, regular prayer and quiet time, time outdoors, reading, and eight hours of sleep. Professionally, I have worked in the “helping” professions and most recently have had experience as a small business owner.
My educational background includes both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Social Work. My health coaching training comes from Duke University’s Center for Integrative Medicine. I have also completed the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program, developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn.
Kim L. Moseley, MSW, LCSW
Integrative Health Coach