A collaboration between the Art of Dying Institute and The International Nurse Coach Association:
Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, HWNC-BC;
Susan Luck, MA, RN, HNB-BC, CCN, HWNC-BC;
Jan Booth, RN, BSN, NC-BC;
Deborah McElligott, DNP, HWNC-BC, CDE;
Joanne Turnier, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, NC-BC, CNRN, CT
Are you looking to reignite your spirit and reconnect with your meaning and purpose in becoming a nurse?
Do you want to be part of the forward edge of nursing in the areas of end of life, integrative health, and the sustainability of nursing?
Be a part of the future of nursing with this new certificate program for End of Life Integrative Nurse!
Coaches, this is an opportunity to transform your nursing career & deepen your integrative nursing skills.
Nurses have the opportunity to be on the forefront of a new paradigm of health care – one that includes both the promotion of wellbeing as well as advocacy for more compassionate end of life care. Through a coaching model, we work closely with people as they make changes and decisions in their lives based on what matters most to them.
This program is based on an integrative, whole person model of care that addresses the biological, psychological, social, spiritual, cultural, and environmental aspects of care for people living with advanced illness and at the end of life.
Benefits of the End of Life Integrative Nurse Coaching (EOL-INC) program include:
- A comprehensive program that provides all of the theoretical and practical requirements to become board certified as a nurse coach (NC-BC)
- Pre-approved hours towards the Association of Death Education & Counseling (ADEC)
certification in thanatology (60 hours required)
- Dedicated time for self-renewal and self-development, including reflection and the incorporation of mindfulness practices into everyday life
- Coaching skills & practice that serve as a valuable enrichment opportunity for nurses in their current roles or as an introduction to a new career path within nursing
- Continuing Education Credits
- Becoming part of a global network of nurses to support you as you create new directions in your career
- Continuing education units: Contact hours provided by the American Association of Occupational Nurses.
- For more information please email Ronnie Kanka at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michael Pankow at email@example.com
- The Association of Death Education and Counseling® has deemed this program as counting towards the continuing education requirements for the ADEC Certification in Thanatology. The format of the program includes:
- 60 hours of experiential learning within two separate 4-day onsite modules
- 60 hours self-paced and supervised coaching practice in between modules
- 5 Monthly Supervision calls
Email Artofdying@opencenter.org for more information
Registration and Fees:
A 6-month 120hour Training
Wednesdays thru Saturdays, 9:00am-6pm
Full Payment: $4995 (course code here)
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A non-refundable deposit of ($…) is due at registration. Four further payments of ($…) are due on (list the four dates here)
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