Certified GAPS Coach Course

Inspiring and supporting families with a hands-on home and community care approach

Become a Certified GAPS Coach and work closely with GAPS families and individuals to support them to navigate their own GAPS journey within the home. Work in partnership with Certified GAPS Practitioners to assist in the successful delivery of the GAPS Protocol within the GAPS community.

We are pleased to soon launch another Certified GAPS Training Course for individuals working in associated health care positions or for people who have successfully implemented the GAPS Program and are passionate about supporting others on this great GAPS healing journey. We currently have over 2000 Certified GAPS Practitioners who professionally treat GAPS Patients however what is missing is the hands-on approach for families and individuals who need additional support within the home and this level of support is in high demand.

Learn more about our Certified GAPS Coach training course and register your interest below.

Who is this course for?

Key Entry Criteria:  The Certified GAPS Coach course is open to the following interested applicants.

  1. People who have experience in working in the health field such as pharmacists, massage therapists, social workers, psychologists, personal trainers, health coaches etc., etc or
  2. People who have effectively implemented the GAPS protocol themselves and who have a strong desire to support families with a direct-hands on home and community care approach.

What is the role of the GAPS Coach?

Certified GAPS Advisors are considered by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride to be a highly valued support to GAPS clients within the home and community.  This direct hands on role will assist families to organise their kitchen, teach them where to shop and what to cook and in some situations cook food for individuals who are unwell to do so.  The Certified GAPS Advisor will also have the necessary skills to facilitate support to parents of children who are autistic in managing the early stages of the diet and coach parents to help children who are fussy eaters.  The community component to this role allows the GAPS Advisor to work closely with Certified GAPS Practitioners in the delivery of GAPS Support groups and workshops.  Many GAPS Practitioners and GAPS Clinics are seeking to include a Certified GAPS Advisor on their team.

Hands on home care:

  • Coaching & cooking GAPS meals and fermented foods with families and individuals embarking on the diet
  • Meal planning
  • Shopping and cooking GAPS Food and freezing them for people who are not ambulant
  • Advising on detox baths, personal care and home colonic procedures
  • Advising on local resources, shops and supplies
  • Supporting parents to implement mealtime management strategies using ABA principles for children who are fussy eaters
  • Advising on strategies to avoid or reduce the effects of die off during detox
  • Advising on managing constipation and diarrhoea

Supportive Role to the GAPS Practitioner:

  • Referral basis for hands on home care
  • Running Community GAPS Support Groups & Workshops
  • Liaising with practitioners as needed

Educational Components:

  • Fussy Eating a& Mealtime Management {Program
  • Managing Detox
  • Managing Constipation or Diarrhoea
  • Cooking & Meal planning
  • Coaching and supporting families etc

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This course will qualify students to become recognised as an integral and valued GAPS professional within the Official GAPS Network as a trained ‘Certified GAPS Coach’ (CGA).

This course is currently underdevelopment and soon to be released.  To register your interest and be placed on the waiting list for the first training intake, please complete the following GAPS Coach Registration Form by clicking the Registration button below.