Standardized is a four-letter word.
People are unique, right down to their fingerprints. So when it comes to helping people manage their individual health concerns and life challenges, we don’t have just one blueprint. Instead, we have many, because we never use the same one twice.
Our clients come to us with a wide range of needs: digestive and hormone health concerns, weight loss, career advancement, or other personal goals. Whether you’re a single, career-minded person or a busy, multi-tasking parent, we have a qualified Health Counselor who can work alongside you to address your concerns and equip you with the skills and resources necessary to maintain healthy changes for a lifetime. We do this by helping you take incremental, sustainable steps — not by making radical changes — and let each success pave the way for even more success.
We recognize that people are more complex than a simple “calories in, calories out” equation, so our approach is holistic: we address all aspects of your personal well being and attend to the whole person.
Blueprints for better living
Since, as the saying goes, “we are what we eat”, our approach is grounded in nutrition — not just natural, wholesome foods, but delicious, fun, and easy-to-prepare foods. Deprivation and willpower strategies fall by the wayside when you find the foods that work best for you, and we help our clients do exactly that.
Food isn’t the only thing that feeds us. In fact, it may not even be the most important source of nourishment in our lives. Part of our whole-person approach includes enriching the lives of our clients by offering them tools to support and enhance their personal relationships. When your relationships are going well, the other things in your life take on a whole different perspective.
Unless we’re doing work we enjoy, it’s hard to call ourselves “well”. Whether it’s learning to love the work you already have, or making plans to find something new, we work alongside you to implement strategies that help you feel productive and engaged. Your career doesn’t have to define you, but it should at least encourage you.
Our level of connection to the weightier matters in life is critical to our overall sense of purpose and well-being. For some, this can be as simple as spending more time communing with nature. For others, it’s a deeper involvement with the faith traditions of their ancestors. The key is to integrate a meaningful source of spiritual renewal into your life and find affirming ways to stay connected.
Many of us cringe when we hear the word “exercise” but it doesn’t have to be that way. Our bodies were designed for movement — whether it be something fast-paced like mountain biking, or more gently challenging like Pilates. Maybe simply walking more is the thing for you. Either way, we believe in helping you find activities you enjoy, but most importantly: finding ways to integrate movement into your life in a way that works well for you.
You don’t have to go it alone.
At Attentive Health, we’re flexible. We offer not only individual programs, but programs for groups of 2 or more. Sometimes having someone to make changes with makes all the difference. Either way, we’ll be here to support you.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.