Join us for this
FREE professional development webinar
Replenish at work:
Micro-Restorative Practices to Promote Well-being
Thursday August 13, 2020
4:30 - 5:30 pm
Cathy Alvarez, MA, RN, CNM:L, HNB-BC, PCCN
Cathy Alvarez, MA, RN, CNML, HNB-BC, PCCN, is a holistic nurse and professional development specialist. After experiencing burnout early in her nursing career Cathy developed a passion for designing programs that educate and promote clinician well-being. She is the co-founder of Replenish at Work and serves as a Professional Development Specialist at Yale New Haven Hospital, educator for the American Holistic Nurses Association, and faculty advisor for the Birch Tree Center for Healthcare Transformation.
Pam Mulligan, BSN, RN, NBC-HWC, RYT 500
Pam is a critical care nurse who transitioned to Holistic Nursing after experiencing symptoms of burnout. She is the Co-Founder of Replenish Mind Body Spirit with a vision to cultivate health and optimize resilience through an integrative approach to wellness. Pam applies Jean Watson’s Caring Science theory to the Integrative Health and Wellness Coach training she received at Duke University to evoke transformation and facilitate ways to restore clarity, connection and compassion for self and others. She has successfully implemented mindfulness-based interventions for nurses, physicians and patients at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Yale New Haven Hospital.
Description: Components of the 7 Dimensions of Self-Care will be discussed, followed by experiential Micro-Restorative practices to relieve stress, and promote well-being.
- Describe the practice of self-care and its impact on well-being
- Discuss components of mindfulness, emotional intelligence, self-compassion, and intention
- Identify the 7 Dimensions of self-care
- Explore Micro-Restorative practices to support well-being
One (1) professional development contact hour will be awarded for this activity
Connecticut Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation
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