During a time of war, with eruptions of unintegrated trauma, the words of Anne Frank speak. Journaling is helpful in clarifying thoughts and feelings. Journaling helps solve problems more effectively. Journaling in itself evokes mindfulness.
One person experiencing trauma recovery has a powerful Ripple Effect on others, creating a ripple of calm, co-creating a coherent safe space where healing happens
A story of trauma recovery and the power of the breath, synchronized breathing, in days following September 11, 2001. How trauma recovery coaching helps nurses on the front line today lead in trauma integration, and trauma informed leadership.
Trauma integration in Nurses leads to Trauma Informed Leadership in Nursing, creating cultures of well-being and rhythms of flow and co-synchronicity. Nurse Leaders will emerge out of the chaos and reorder of healthcare.
Making a positive difference in people's lives is the most fundamental element of being a leader. Leaders are being called to raise their awareness of the impact trauma has on us, our teams, and our work in the world. Awareness is the first step.
Celebrating the birthday of Florence Nightingale, founder of nursing profession. Known as The Lady With the Lamp", as she cared for wounded soldiers during war, the nursing profession is in need of trauma healing from the experiences of the pandemic wounds of war.