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Wellness coaching

Personalized wellness support to help you achieve your goals

Wellness coaching uses your own strengths and motivations to support behavior change through a collaborative and non-judgmental partnership. The MLFTC wellness coach helps you define and achieve your wellness goals, balance the eight dimensions of wellness, in addition to learning resilience and coping skills to achieve overall well-being. 

Natoya Brown

Your wellness coach

Natoya Brown


Meet with Natoya

wellness coach talking with a student

What topics can the wellness coach help me with?

  • Accessing campus resources and adjusting to college
  • Body image and confidence
  • Goal setting and motivation
  • Mindfulness and physical health
  • Relationships and conflict management
  • Self-care and sleep
  • Stress and time management
  • Overcoming barriers to achievement and well-being

Holistic support is provided by wellness coaching and counseling

ASU offers a number of services to support your wellness. The table below provides more information on how Wellness Coaching and ASU Counseling can support your wellbeing through different and complementary services.

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Wellness coaching


A service offered only to Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College students.

A service offered to all ASU students through ASU’s Counseling and Consultation Services.

Wellness coaching is for less urgent, non-emergency and non-crisis situations. Appointments are required and are available at Tempe, Polytechnic and West campuses, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

ASU Counseling offers immediate access to services to ensure that all students who request or need services can be seen the same day — no appointment is necessary. Counseling services are available at all campus locations, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. If assistance is needed outside of business hours, call EMPACT’s 24-hour ASU-dedicated crisis line at 480-921-1006. Or use the crisis text line by texting HOME to 741741.

Private — Information shared during wellness coaching is private but not confidential. What is disclosed may be shared with internal staff on a need-to-know basis to help resolve an issue and provide coordinated care. This service adheres to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.

Confidential — ASU counseling offers confidential services to students (see their disclosure statements to limits of confidentiality). This service adheres to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

Coaching tends to focus on the present and future rather than the past.

Tends to focus on healing and understanding the past.

Helps students identify their strengths, goals and obstacles using a positive, active approach.

Helps students increase insight and self-awareness by identifying the root causes of issues and problematic thinking.

Provides brief, solution-focused guidance and support and serves as an accountability partner, empowering students to do more than they might on their own.

Meets students where they are on their self-discovery journey and joins them in resolving and managing their concerns.

Aims to motivate students, offer emotional support and confidence-building for issues impacting achievement of academic and personal goals.

Provides therapeutic services for students experiencing emotional concerns, problems in adjusting and other factors that affect achievement of academic and personal goals.

Call 480-965-5555.

Learn more about ASU Counseling.

ASU wellness resources