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School teaches you how to be a Nurse Practitioner from a clinical perspective – the pathophysiology, which tests to order for what, when to make a referral.

But what about the other side of being a Nurse Practitioner? Being the place where the buck stops; having a never-ending task list; bringing work home with you.

Who taught you how to manage that?

If your answer is “NOBODY!” you are far from alone.

And you have come to the right place.

I have seen it too many times – Nurse Practitioners without proper support (either as they began their careers or in the thick of their careers), who are so overwhelmed that they are considering giving it all up and going back to the bedside.

You have come too far – you worked hard in school, you sacrificed, you spent good money to get where you are.

Don’t give up.

Don’t give in.

If you are a new Nurse Practitioner who is struggling to find your rhythm, or to move from surviving to thriving, working with a coach could be the answer.

And even if you are not brand-spanking-new, coaching can be the answer to help you get the support and the guidance you need to establish and achieve your work life goals.

I can help.

Let’s talk about where you are, figure out where you want to be, and make a plan to get there. With support, confidential and unbiased listening and advice, and tools/skills building that will benefit your work life (and maybe even your non-work life).

No one can understand the stresses and the joys of the NP life like another NP. Step into the safe space of working with a coach, and build the work life you want (and deserve).

Let’s talk.

Why a Nurse Practitioner Coach?: About Me
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