YHP’s goal is to educate and coach people to become knowledgeable about and responsible for their own health in order to obtain their optimum level of wellness for a thriving lifestyle. Any information provided is for the sole intent of education. Educational and coaching programs by YHP are designed to improve an overall level of wellness, but are not designed to treat any specific disease or medical condition.
Coaching is a partnership (defined as an alliance, not a legal business partnership) between the Coach and the Client in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires the client to maximize personal and/or professional potential.
In coaching, our scope of services is not to provide medical diagnoses or treatment for medical condition. No educational comment or advisement should be construed as being a medical diagnosis.
If you suffer from a medical or pathological condition, you need to consult with an appropriate healthcare provider. YHP services are not a substitute for your family physician or other appropriate healthcare provider. YHP is not trained nor licensed to diagnose or treat pathological conditions, illnesses, injuries or diseases.
Educational and coaching services from YHP may be a beneficial adjunct to more traditional care, and it may also alter your need for medication, so it is important you always keep your physician informed of changes in any protocol you choose for your body and lifestyle.
To ensure the most productive results, as a client with YHP you will want to communicate honestly, be open to feedback and assistance and create the time and energy to participate fully in any YHP programs you choose to experience.
Kery Knutson of YHP is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) via the NTA and a certified Health and Wellness Coach via Wellcoaches, also known as a licensed Wellcoach®.
A NTP is not licensed or certified by any state. However, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner™ is trained by the Nutritional Therapy Association, Inc.® which provides a certificate of completion to students who have successfully met all course requirements, including a written and practical exams. A license to practice Nutritional Therapy is not required in some states. Laws and regulations regarding certification and licensure requirements differ from state-to-state.