Jill Harris Integrative Health Coaching
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Katie P.Jun 11, 2015Verified
Jill is absolutely great to work with. She will meet you wherever you feel more comfortable and help you not focus on loosing weight but focus on your health and making a healthy diet a habit. She has helped me a lot and I really recommend her for anyone that is looking for an experienced nutricionist.Apr 8, 2015Verified
Jill is an outstanding nutritionist. She is extremely knowledgeable and has such a great spirit. She has a great passion for what she does and it really shines through her work and how much she genuinely cares about her clients. I would recommend Jill to anyone that is looking for some guidance, motivation and inspiration!Jan 8, 2015Verified
Stephanie J.Jan 21, 2015Verified
Having Jill as my health coach got me through a very difficult time in my life. I fight depression and Jill was there for me every step of the way. She is teaching me better and smarter ways to deal with depression and not using food to feel better. Jill has taught me that when it gets hard is not the time to give up but to fight harder because it will only make me stronger. Jill has been a definite plus to my life and I feel I can make it through.Apr 28, 2015
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge 100.00/hour. Typically I work with clients twice a month. For those that cannot afford my fee, I can lower it. I have not been taken advantage of yet and many people can pay my fee so it allows me the opportunity to be flexible for others.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am constantly reading all I can about the latest research and findings on nutrition and food in general. I also have to do continuing education to continue practicing nursing!
- How did you get started doing this type of work?In any job I have had in my life, my main focus was how can I make the person or situation better. I became a nurse later in life (30's, I am now 51) and worked at University of Chicago hospitals. Patients were very sick-some died in my presence. It was there that I decided that I wanted to be helping people prevent these horrible conditions they were getting, not helping them after it was too late (although that is extremely important too).