Wishing Well Works is led by Michelle Williams who has a Master’s Degree in Family Relations with an emphasis on human behavior. She is a certified worksite wellness specialist and has a wellness in clinical practice certification. With over 15 years in the wellness industry, Michelle has been recognized as an expert by ABC The Boston News Channel, WBURBoston University, and The Boston Globe

Our clients include fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and municipalities in and around Boston and Tampa, FL.  Current and past clients of Wishing Well Works include:

  • AdventHealth

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

  • Bisk Education

  • Boston Financial Investment Management

  • Boston University

  • Florida Orthopaedic Institute

  • GTE Financial

  • Harvard University

  • Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare

  • Heritage Casualty Insurance

  • Hillsborough County Government

  • Hillsborough County Sheriff Department

  • Ideal Image

  • Life Link

  • Mettler Toledo

  • Ultimate Medical Academy

 We have created over 175 seminars, an online wellness magazine, and we have coordinated wellness events for as many as 4,000 attendees.  We also consult in the building and managing of on-site wellness centers for companies large and small.

Our health and wellness consultants include psychologists, nurses, health educators, certified Yoga, Zumba, and Group Exercise Instructors, Massage Therapists, and Personal Trainers. Michelle is well connected to other holistic health providers across the country.

Michelle Williams is unparalleled in her creativity, professionalism, energy, and dedication. Her work at Boston University Student Health Services had enormous impact on student wellness and continues to reverberate with positivity long after her departure.
— Margaret S. Ross M.D., Boston University

Wishing Well Works programs are individually customized based on budget, goals, and desires of the executive management or the individual. We strive to ensure that the end-user develops an understanding of their individual capabilities as it relates to changing their health behavior.

I appreciated the reminder that our time is precious, and that we DO have control over how we spend it. I think I always complain, “Oh I don’t have time for that.” When the reality is that I do have time, I just have to prioritize the things in my life OUTSIDE of work as much as I do INSIDE of work. Much appreciated!
— Nate K.

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