Nurse coaching uses life skills, health, wellness and the wonders of your whole self to help people live healthier and wealthier lives. Grab a cup of coffee and join me as we chat about all things health and wellness from a preventative view.
In this weeks episode, I discuss the key steps in what I consider are most important to healing from almost anything but in my case specifically: cancer. Feel free to contact me for further discussion at firstname.lastname@example.org
The biopsy results are in! Facing a health crisis is challenging, in this episode I discuss useful ideas to help navigate a health crisis and what has helped me in this season of this new healing journey. Email: email@example.com
This episode discusses the second phase of my journey of healing from breast cancer. It’s biopsy time and nothing makes me more anxious than a biopsy. Books referenced include: 1. “Heal Your Body” Louise Hays. 2. “Radical Remission” Kelly A. Turner. 3. “Eat to beat disease” William W. Li.
In this episode, we talk about the culprit of our sick society: metabolic syndrome. We discuss the risk factors, what causes it and how we can treat this awful and potentially deadly syndrome. Article reference: https://drhyman.com/blog/2012/01/27/inflammation-how-to-cool-the-fire-inside-you-thats-making-you-fat-and-diseased/
True healing is not about pills, potions or procedures. True healing is a journey of the body, mind and soul. Let’s discuss how and why we fall short of our goal and how we can change that for the better.
Rest is essential to good health and wellness. In this episode we explore what happens when we rest, why our body needs the chance to recover and ideas to get make sure we get the rest our body needs.
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In this episode, I discuss how to create your own personal care plan to achieve your health and wellness goals. Shout out to Feedspot at https://blog.feedspot.com/nursing_podcasts/ for choosing this podcast as one of its Top 15 Nursing Podcasts! What an honor!
In this episode, I chat about the truth of nursing during the time of COVID. Resources for this episode include “The impaired nurse: Would you know what to do if you suspected substance abuse.” Thomas, C. & Siela, D. (2011) American Nurse Today. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Showing up for yourself is not easy. Society dictates that we go and do and give so much to others that as a result we oftentimes forget about ourselves. Let’s fix that once and for all! email@example.com
This episode deals with the misperceptions of mental health. Supporting statistics gathered from NIMH, WHO and this awesome article by Tim Newman. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.medicalnewstoday.com/amp/articles/medical-myths-mental-health-misconceptions
In this episode we dive into what self -esteem, what are you worth and how to cultivate and increase your feeling of self. Article for reference : https://www.google.com/amp/s/ideas.ted.com/5-ways-to-build-lasting-self-esteem/amp/
In this episode I lay down the foundation of what prompted me to become a nurse coach, what I do and what’s in it for you. References: American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) and Critical
Care Collaborative Societies: Moss, Good, Gozall, Kleinpell, Sessler (2016). An Official Critical Care Societies Collaborative Statement: Burnout Syndrome in Critical Care Health Care Professionals: A Call for Action. American Journal of Critical Care. 25:368-376; doi:10.4037/ajcc2016133