Wellness Inventory Certification Training (Winter 2013)
“A powerful tool for integrative medicine.” Larry Dossey, MD. Praised by nurses and physicians, this intensive, whole-person coach training empowers the nurse with self-awareness skills and coaching skills that promote relationship-centered care.
Interactive webinar training. 42 CNEs. AHNA members save $100 by Feb. 15th. Session begins Feb. 19th.
Visit WellPeople.com, Certification, 310.823.9553
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by
AHNA, an accredited approver by the American Nurses
Credentialing Center's COA.
Continued Dates Nationwide
WM360™ “Wellness & Health Coach” Certification
Training- Special $200 discount for nurses - Learn how to motivate others toward health and wellness with support and accountability. This is a holistic approach grounded in practical application. You will learn the behavioral change skills needed to become a Lifestyle Change Advocate and Wellness Coach. 32 hours
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by AHNA's Education Approver Committee, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Continued Dates- Nationwide
10-week Mindfulness-Based Chronic Pain Management (MBCPM) program is tailored to accommodate limitations experienced by chronic pain sufferers. Learn methods complementary to conventional medical treatment, become aware of thoughts & emotions that affect pain & leverage the healing links between mind & body. Many of the 2,000+ students who have completed the course experience considerably less disability & suffering. Register at www.emindful.com; enter code AHNA Receive special course pricing!
Nursing contact hours are approved by the CA Board of Registered Nursing Provider No. 11646
September (Various start dates) Teleclass
Fall Promotion for Wisdom of the Whole Foundations 1 or all 4 Modules. Help make a real difference in other people's lives and your own by signing up for Linda Bark's Fall Coach Training. Learn the Bark Coaching Institute Model; learn how to use multiple perspectives to facilitate faster, easier change. Become a certified coach through ICF or AHNCC or simply add the coaching role to your current position.
Please visit: www.barkcoaching.com or
call 510-864-2006. For class dates and times visit http://www.barkcoaching.com/schedule.php
The following statement applies to Foundations I, Foundations II A, and Foundations II B, Practicum I:
"This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's COA."
March 10, 2014
MA/NH Seacoast Chapter Monthly Meeting at 6:45 P.M. presents "Quantum Biofeedback" presented by Faye Brandmaier At InsideOut Thermography,
19 Central St. Suite G, Byfield, MA. Faye will explain how quantum biofeedback using QXCI is able to test an individual for thousands of items at once, identify major stress areas, and provide stress reduction therapies. In addition to quantum biofeedback, Faye also practices, teaches and continues to learn relaxation and stress reduction techniques including various tapping methods, such as BodyTalk, EFT and meditation. For more information, visit www.QuantumBiofeedback.info
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March 11, 2014
South Texas Holistic Nurses Chapter Monthly Meeting 6:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M.
Location: Landry’s Seafood Restaurant-Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas
Topic to be presented: Medical Qi Gong For more information contact Katrinia Kraemer, Chapter Leader Cell:210-508-5621
March 13, 2014
Phoenix Metro Chapter Special Event Meeting
HERBAL HEALING: An Introduction & Pharmaceuticals presented by
Our featured speaker Kathleen Gould, Herbalist RH (AHG). Time: 6:00PM for Tea Tasting; Meeting starts at 7:00PM Location: SW Herb and Gathering Place, 148 N. Center Street in Historic Downtown Mesa, AZ 85201 480-694-9931
It is estimated by the World Health Organization that up to 80% of the world's population uses herbs for healing. Do these plants interact with pharmaceutical drugs? What is the difference between whole plant medicine and standardized extracts? How can these two modalities work together to improve patient care and outcomes? Come along as we explore these and other questions with Kathleen Gould, Herbalist of SW Herb. Kathleen has studied, taught, and lived herbalism for 25 years. She is a professional member of the esteemed American Herbalist Guild and has studied herbalism throughout the U.S. Kathleen is proprietor of SW Herb in Mesa, where she conducts private herbal consultations and teaches a Herbal Certification Course on the selection of appropriate herbs to address conditions of the organ systems. Registration Fee for this Special Meeting Event: AHNA Members and Students: $5.00 Other Attendees: $10.00.
Register and pay your fee on the Chapter website http://www.phxahna.com,
Click on Special Meeting Events
For more information contact Dr. Sue Roe at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 602-374-1910
March 30-April 4, 2014 and September 25-29, 2014
Harmony Hill Retreat Center, Union WA
Integrative Nurse Coach Certificate Program
Step into the Future of Healthcare and Discover the Art and Science
of Nurse Coaching
120 CNE's- 2 modules plus 60 hours self paced learning
For more information: www.inursecoach.com or email@example.com
April 21-25, 2014. Certificate in Holistic Wellness and Integrative Health. Dynamic
30-contact hour workshop in Concord, New Hampshire designed for personal and professional development. www.allegralearning.com or (928) 699-4014.
June 5-8, 2014 Portland, Oregon
American Holistic Nurses Association 34th Annual Conference - Through the Looking Glass: A Vision of Holistic Leadership. www.ahna.org/conference
Registration Now Open!
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