Build a healthier life with the SENS Solution® Wellness Program
Cheers to you for taking a great step toward managing your physical and mental wellness by trusting your health to a CCPHP concierge physician.
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The SENS Solution® Wellness Program is a personalized, comprehensive wellness program that inspires and empowers a healthier you.
As our CCPHP Member, we encourage you to take advantage of all that SENS has to offer. You can embark on a self-guided wellness journey, or enlist the support of a dedicated, Board-certified health coach who focuses on sleep, exercise, nutrition, and stress management.
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SENS Solutions® Wellness Program
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The SENS secret?
Supporting small, incremental changes that make a big difference.
Meet your SENS Solution Wellness Program team
Led by CCPHP’s National Director of Wellness, our team of health coaches is ready to work with you, one-on-one, to identify unhealthy lifestyle behaviors, set realistic health targets, and develop an ongoing plan to reach your wellness goals. They’re your partners on the road to optimal wellness.
Susan Greeley, MS, RDN
SVP, National Director of Wellness
SUSAN GREELEY is SVP and National Director of Wellness Services at CCPHP where she runs the SENS Solution® Wellness Program focused on four wellness pillars: sleep, exercise, nutrition, and stress management. Susan launched and hosts CCPHP’s SENSe of Wellness podcast.
Susan has nearly 30 years’ experience as a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and health and wellness professional. In her past experiences, Susan helped develop and deliver lifestyle change programs focused on stress & weight management and physical activity. Susan is the author of a cookbook entitled “Cooking with Trader Joe’s: Lighten Up!” and is the creator of and talent for two television cooking series: “Lighten Up with Susan Greeley” and “Simply Healthy”.
As a food, nutrition, and wellness expert, Susan specializes in weight management, chronic disease prevention and management, wellness & lifestyle coaching, integrative nutrition, culinary medicine, and healthy cooking. In addition, Susan has been a consulting nutritionist to the Executive Health Program at Atlantic Health System (Morristown, NJ) for more than 10 years and is a Chef Instructor in the Health Supportive Culinary Arts program at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. Susan contributes her nutrition communication expertise as contributing writer to the Forks Over Knives website and has been a contributing blogger for FitBit.
Susan also worked as an HR Manager and earned her SHRM-CP certification in 2017. She has lived abroad for eight years and traveled extensively throughout Europe. Susan is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), as well as the Dietitians in Integrative & Functional Medicine (DIFM) and Food and Culinary Professionals (FCP) practice groups of the AND. Susan holds a Master of Science Degree in Nutrition Communication from Tufts University in Boston and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Liz Masik, NBC-HWC
LIZ MASIK is a National Board Certified-Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) and American College of Sports Medicine-Certified Personal Trainer. She went to school at UW-Milwaukee and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology (sports medicine).
Liz has about 20 years of valuable wellness experience working as an exercise physiologist (where she administered an 84-point health examination including blood work, urinalysis, EKG, stress test, bone density, strength and flexibility, body fat, pulmonary function, etc.), personal trainer, and wellness manager.
She’s worked with everyone from seniors with metabolic syndrome to professional golfers...and everyone in between! Her passion is to help people reclaim their bodies, but not deprive themselves either. Life is too short, and she wants people to feel as young as possible. Liz is a matter-of-fact person, and her coaching style reflects that. When she’s not working, you’ll find Liz playing beach volleyball, listening to music, hiking, and surfing (fun fact, she surfs on the Great Lakes).
Joan Dickason, NBC-HWC
JOAN DICKASON is a National Board Certified-Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC), one of less than 2,400 certified in partnership with the National Board of Medical Examiners. She received her most recent training from the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy in 2j017, which is affiliated with the Institute for Functional Medicine, completing both the core coaching program and “Reversing Cogitative Decline, the Bredesen Protocol”.
Her previous training was from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, with several specialized training programs in between. Joan received her Bachelor’s degree from California State University at Northridge and her Master’s degree from the University of Southern California where she studied Communications. Joan has worked in both private and clinical practice as well as in Corporate Workplace Wellness.
As a former Wall Street Information Technology executive, she knows first-hand the unhealthy effects of stress, eating on the run, lack of self-care, little exercise and poor sleep habits, and believes that lifestyle modification is the key to preventing and reversing chronic ailments in the 21st century. Joan has been running her own health coaching practice since 2017, named Crossroads Nutrition because “wellness is a journey, not a destination”.
Ginna Johnson, NBC-HWC
GINNA JOHNSON is a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach and a National Board Certified-Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC). After years of helping others heal and grow from emotional difficulties, Ginna began focusing on how to support others in making changes in their lives to improve their overall well-being.
She began her journey to learn as much as she could about the power we have as individuals to influence and impact our health and lives in all areas, positively and negatively. She is passionate about supporting people in taking control of their health and making sustainable lifestyle changes.
Ginna graduated with a BA in Psychology from the University Of Texas at Austin and an M.Ed. in Counseling from the University of North Texas. She was licensed by the state of Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor and obtained her Supervisor status in 2013. She graduated as a FMCHC from the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. Ginna was a dancer and taught dance in her youth and was a Certified Personal Trainer. She continues to enjoy being active with cycling, lifting weights and recently, gardening.