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Certification in Lifestyle Medicine


This program is for clinicians with an interest in inspiring healthy behaviors in their clients. The Lifestyle Medicine curriculum will provide the framework for assessing and treating those with conditions that impact living a healthy life. Clinicians will be able to treat those with metabolic disorders, those who suffer from persistent pain, cardiovascular disorders, obesity, poor sleep habits, stress or other symptoms or diagnoses, and help them move towards a path of thriving health. All coursework can be completed online.

On-Demand Webinar: Lifestyle Medicine – Helping clients take ownership of their health
Want to take a deeper dive on how this certification can affect your practice? The webinar gives an overview of the content in the program courses, which types of clients will benefit and how you can incorporate lifestyle medicine into your practice.

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  • Apply the components/pillars of lifestyle medicine principles to inspire health behavior change.
  • Integrate nutrition, exercise, motivational interviewing skills and other key aspects of wellness to encourage clients towards living a healthy life.
  • Confidence in treating those with clients with complex comorbidities.
  • Be your own beacon of wellness by incorporating these skills into your own wellness story.

Note: EIM’s Certification in Lifestyle Medicine can help students prepare to become a certified lifestyle medicine practitioner through the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine (ABLM) and/or the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM); but the program does not currently provide hours towards and is not affiliated with ABLM or ACLM.


Evidence In Motion is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. By taking an EIM continuing education course designed for OTs/OTAs you may qualify for AOTA CEUs. *The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.


    Jen Uschold, PT, CFMT, TPS, NBC-HWC

    Program Director


    Natalie Johnston, PT




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