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Academic Programs

Health & Wellness Promotion

This program offers certificate, degree and course options. Through these offerings, students will learn the skills to become empowered to help themselves and others achieve balance in their lives through the principles and practices of illness, injury, and disease prevention and holistic coaching.

  • Health and Wellness Promotion A.A.S.
  • Personal Training Certificate
  • Wellness Coaching Certificate

Learn more about the Health & Wellness Promotion academic program.

Center for Health and Wellness

Center for Health and Wellness

Explore the world of wellness. The center located at the Southlake Campus offers everything you need to get your school/work/life in balance. The following services are available by appointment Monday-Friday:

  • Personal Trainer ($50 per 50-min session)
  • Wellness Coach ($50 per 50-min session)
  • Massage Therapist

Call for an Appointment Today

(847) 543-WELL (9355)

$10 discount offered for 55+, active military and CLC staff/faculty/student

The Wellness Registry

The Wellness Registry

Founded in 2010, The Wellness Registry™ (TWR™) is an organization dedicated to applying wellness principles to preventing illnesses and injuries. The Wellness Registry™ (TWR™) provides education and training, and ultimately awards the Consumer Wellness Advocate™ (CWA™) certification.

Learn more about The Wellness Registry

Corporate Wellness

Worksite Wellness Solutions

The Workforce and Professional Development Institute Client Solutions and experienced Health and Wellness faculty have partnered to offer you a suite of training options designed to enhance performance, reduce illness and injury, and positively impact your organization.

View the Worksite Wellness Brochure (PDF)

Museum

Museum of Health and Wellness

Founded in 2010, the Museum of Health and Wellness was established to recognize the historical importance and evolution of the field of health and wellness. This important collection represents the most comprehensive group of artifacts available for public viewing in the United States. It serves as an educational catalyst for appreciating the past, and in doing so, exploring the future of the health and wellness industry.

Photo of museum collectionPhoto of turn of the century exercise and rowing machine

Currently on display at the Southlake Campus, the collection includes items from all over the world that date back as early as 230 B.C. The picture above (right) shows a turn of the century exercise cycle and rowing machine, both of which were made and sold in the United States.

For a private showing of the museum, please call (847) 543-WELL (9355).