Precision Wellness Coaching

Do any of these behaviors sound familiar? 

  • You’ve practiced your shot a million times, you can do it in your sleep.  But at game time, you choke and miss the shot.  
  • You’ve missed a workout, so you either go to the gym for two hours the next day or throw in the towel - ice cream and pizza for everyone! 
  • You’ve studied for that big test, but you’re still convinced you failed.  
  • You seem to have that little voice in your head that says, “you’re not good enough, you’ll never make it, you don’t have what it takes.” Sometimes you believe it, sometimes you don’t, but it just seems to get louder the more you try to squash it.  
  • You know what to do to get healthy, but don’t know where to start or how many goals to work on at once. 

Here’s a little secret - you aren’t alone. In fact, MOST people feel this way. 


What is Precision Wellness or PACT? 

PACT = Precision Acceptance and Commitment Coaching. Strange name, rooted in good science. The goal of PACT is to help you identify unhealthy thoughts and feelings, and behaviors that might hold you back from getting to where you really want to be.  Total Wellness Coaching brings PACT from the science textbook to your living space.


How can Precision Wellness Coaching Help? 

In Precision Wellness Coaching, you’ll learn:

  • What you’re experiencing is perfectly normal, and that you aren’t broken. 
  • How to figure out what is important to you.
  • How to deal with those difficult thoughts and feelings that always seem to get in the way.


While the process is structured, YOU are in control. The PACT therapists are here to guide you - but ultimately, the interventions we use will be decided by you. Sign up for our introductory class as our lead clinicians help you explore the strategies in an easy-to-follow video series with biweekly live conversations about the lessons from the videos.

Meet Our Coaches!

Wesley J. Lowery, MS, BCBA, LBA

Throughout a distinguished career in behavior analysis that has spanned a decade of providing services for a broad range of individuals, Wes Lowery has dedicated himself to a clearly defined priority: uplifting and inspiring every client to reach beyond self-imposed limits and aspire to their peak performance.

Earning both a Bachelor of Science and then a Master of Science degrees at the University of North Texas, he co-founded Behaviorist Uniting for Health & Fitness, (BUHF) an innovative research lab during his final graduate year under the guidance of Dr. Jon Pinkston. He further supplemented his formal training to become a supervising Board-Certified Behavior Analyst, creating and managing teams that provide a broad range of services throughout Texas. 

Dr. Christine Barthold, BCBA-D, LBA is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D™), Personal Trainer, and Health Coach.  She received her BA in Psychology from Moravian College, a M.Ed. in Special Education from Temple University, and a Ph.D. in Special Education from the University of Maryland, College Park.  She is also the current Academic Program Coordinator of the Applied Behavior Analysis program at George Mason University.


As an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Health Coach and a Second Degree Black Belt in Karate, Christine has a passion for helping people to be their best selves. She has experience in many areas of ABA, including working with individuals with disabilities and their families, staff training, trauma-informed interventions, workplace wellness, and increasing organizational efficacy. One of Chris’s main focus is the application of Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT). The program is designed to help individuals explore their more negative beliefs about training and how those beliefs might hold them back.

Dr. Christine H. Barthold, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA, CHC, CPT