RMU Online Wellness
Coaching: one-on-one collaborative conversation to help online students achieve
a healthy mix between work, personal life and academic pursuits for free. Often times in our
everyday hustle and bustle we feel out of balance, and that affects our quality
of life. Sometimes all it takes
is a little bit of support from a mentor to get motivated to achieve that
balance. Our Online Wellness Coaching
is provided for busy Online Students like you to help achieve a healthier
Our Wellness Circle encompasses these seven dimensions or areas of an individual’s life
that make up their overall health. These dimensions are comprised of common
characteristics, identities and behaviors. Assessing needs in the seven areas
can help you prevent future health problems and consequences by making
healthier choices a habit and part of your everyday life.
- Intellectual Wellness is the ability to open our minds to new ideas and
experiences that can be applied to personal decisions, group interaction and
- Emotional Wellness is the ability to understand ourselves and cope with the
challenges life can bring.
- Environmental Wellness is the ability to make a positive impact on the quality of
our environment, be it our homes, our communities or our planet contributes to
our environmental wellness.
- Social Wellness is the ability to establish and maintain positive
relationships with family, friends and co-workers.
- Occupational Wellness is the ability to get
personal fulfillment from our jobs or our chosen career fields while still
maintaining balance in our lives.
- Physical Wellness is developed through the combination of beneficial physical
activity/exercise and healthy eating habits; being able to monitor our own
vital signs and understand our body’s warning signs.
- Spiritual Wellness is a personal matter involving values and beliefs that
provide a purpose in our lives while being open to different cultures,
religions, and spiritual philosophies.
Eva is the part-time Online Wellness Coach in the Counseling Center and
has her Master’s in Public Health from California State University, San
Bernardino. She was a Randall Lewis Health Policy Fellow for Snowline Joint
Unified School District in California, where she worked towards creating a
Healthy Snowline Community. Eva also interned with the Department of Public
Health, San Bernardino County in their Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention
Program (ADAPP) and Child Passenger Safety Program (CPS). After graduation, she
worked as a Health Educator for the City of Fontana’s Healthy Fontana, a CX3
(CX3 – Communities of Excellence in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity
Prevention) grant funded project; where the primary focus was to create awareness
within the local residents about the importance of eating healthy, and leading
healthier lives by incorporating physical activities and making healthy changes
in their neighborhoods. Eva has a Bachelor of Science degree from University of
Nevada, Reno in Computer Science; and has worked as a Software Engineer at
International Game Technology (IGT) in Reno, NV, for almost 6 years. Currently
she is a Ph. D. student in Healthcare Ethics at Duquesne University with
interests in Hospital Ethics Committees and International Research Ethics.