Battling Burnout with Nurse Coaching: Stories from the ICU

I recently partnered with fellow AHNCC board certified Nurse Coach and Nurse Leader Denise Ervin from Infinite Wellbeings to write an article about how the relationships and knowledge we created and learned from Nurse Coaching helped heal us from burnout.

We have the power to heal.

We had such fun when we connected to write, and what we realized, even more deeply, is that all of us have the power to heal from any ailment. The tools of Nurse Coaching helped us do it, so, now, we can help you.

Nurse Coaches, are Nurses who specialize in the art and science of health coaching. We are lifestyle strategy specialists who keep you healthy and whole, by accessing your deep wisdom and an understanding of what is important to you and your health.

Battling Burnout with Nurse Coaching: Stories from the ICU

Click here to read our article titled, Battling Burnout with Nurse Coaching found in the American Holistic Nurses Association Beginning’s magazine, June 2019.

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Nicole Vienneau MSN, RN, NC-BC has been a Registered Nurse for 20+ years, is a board-certified integrative Nurse Coach, personal trainer, group fitness and yoga instructor, faculty with the International Nurse Coach Association and founder of Blue Monarch Health, PLLC. She specializes in the prevention of brain and heart disease by partnering with clients to uncover their wisdom to enhance their health. Nicole is a passionate Nurse advocate who is transforming healthcare through Nurse Coaching. She loves exploring nature, finding solace with her cats and traveling with her awesome husband.

Loneliness and Isolation

Loneliness and Isolation

In our ever-changing world filled with social media, texting, computers, devices, on demand, television, news, fake news, alerts, Information pushes, and constant stimulation it is difficult to re-connect with ourselves and others, even though we are in contact with others throughout our day.  And when we link the potential negative impact loneliness and isolation can have on our health, we must take proactive steps to ensure we acknowledge our potential risk and mitigate it.

How can we consciously remember our need to be connected and support that need?  How do we move from surface connection and extend to deep connection to uproot loneliness and isolation?

Here are 5 tips to consider to begin to re-connect to self and to others and will help mitigate and perhaps prevent diseases of the brain and body.