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CarolWadsworthCarol Wadsworthcarol@beezdezines.com19memberAuthor
CatherineChillemi-ErricoCatherine Chillemi-Erricoc_errico@hotmail.com(253) 604-4489418inc_graduateINC GraduateENTER BIO55 Crest Acre Court7901SummitNJ
Mary louZozaya-MonohonMary Zozaya-Monohonmzm@olyrents.com3604811888301inc_graduateINC GraduateENTER BIO2349 crestline blvd nw98502olympiaWA
LindaStulzlindastulz@gmail.comlindastulz@gmail.com(509) 844-754588AINCPAINCPENTER BIO4524357420 Juler Ave45243CincinnatiOH
LarryDossey, MDlarrydosseyldossey@inursecoach.com10memberAuthorLarry Dossey, M.D., is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Healing Words, and Prayer Is Good Medicine. An authority on spiritual healing, he lectures throughout the country and has been a frequent guest on Oprah, Good Morning America, CNN, and The Learning Channel. He is responsible for introducing innovations in spiritual care to acclaimed institutions across the country. He currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
ProgramsINCANotificationprograms@iNurseCoach.com12memberAuthor
DeborahMcElligottDeborah McElligottdmcelligott@inursecoach.com516-316-391991AINCPFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1476652063_mcelligott-deborah.jpgAs Associate Faculty for the International Nurse Coach Association,
my practice, formerly in cardiac surgery & nursing administration has
shifted to health promotion and wellness. My nursing career
spanning 40 years in the acute care areas of Cardiac surgery,
integrative medicine, oncology, palliative care, administration and
education has recently shifted to a private consulting practice. While I
continue to coach various groups associated with cardiac wellness,
my full time hospital NP privileges have shifted to voluntary staff as I
collaborate with a cardiac surgeon and cardiologist to focus primarily
on women’s health and healing. I have conducted, presented and
published nursing research on health promotion & wellness both
nationally and internationally. As a chapter leader for the American
Holistic Nurses Association and Assistant Professor at the Hofstra-
North /shore LIJ School of Medicine I enjoy mentoring and coaching
peers and students. Long Island has always been my home, living a
block from the Atlantic Ocean for the last 18 years. My goal is to be
part of a dynamic health care team expanding the focus on coaching
and integrative approaches to healing- changing the delivery of health
care in our country- offering the opportunity to foster empowerment
in personal health, regardless of income.
DNP, ANP-BC, AHN-BC, HWNC-BCINCA Associate FacultyPO Box 55111569Point LookoutUSANY
HeidiTaylorHeidi Taylorhtaylor@mail.wtamu.edu(415) 743-5260420AINCPAINCPENTER BIO423000 S. Dowell Rd.79015CanyonTX
DiannaBlomDianna BlomDBlom@inursecoach.com(206) 794-0796299Facultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1479498386_dianna.jpgI love being a nurse and the challenges and opportunities for growth
it has given me. My career spans acute care, outpt clinics, home
health and hospice including co-founder of Sustaining Care-Palliative
Care Program for the Chronically and Terminally Ill. I have a Graduate
Certificate from Bastyr University in Spirituality, Health and Wellness
and am certified as a Cross Cultural Music in Healing Practitioner,
Therapeutic Touch Practitioner, Certified Food and Spirit Practitioner
and Certified Nurse Coach. My passion is working with staff and
colleagues to create healing environments. In recent years, it has
given me great pleasure to travel to Iona, India, Nepal, Bhutan and
Turkey to experience each culture’s spirituality. I love the comfort of
my family, friends, home, garden, and two Shitzu’s. Integrative Nurse
Coaching gives me the opportunity to live and share my passion for
the self-development of colleagues, clients and organizations. My
business, Ananda Integrative Nurse Coaching, assists people to find
joy with sustainable changes in their health and wellbeing.
RN, BSN, NC-BC, CCMHP, CFSPINCA Associate Faculty98370SeattleWA
MichaelBryantMichael_Bryantmbryant@sonic.net25adminAdministrator
RonaldKankaRonald Kankarkanka@inursecoach.com26adminAdministratorhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/cropped-1445719111_RDK.jpg
Mary MargaretThomasMary Margaret Thomasmarymargaretthomas@gmail.com(443) 414-2831419AINCPAINCPENTER BIO72429A NW 58th St98107SeattleWA
JeanneZuzelJeanne Zuzelincite.learn@yahoo.com300inc_graduateINC GraduateENTER BIO67 Greenbriar Road6360NorwichCT
SteveKuceraSteve Kucerasteve@stevekucera.com32adminAdministratorINCA Web Admin
GretchenSchoddeGretchen SchoddeGSchodde@inursecoach.com360-898-2363421AINCPFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1479498126_gretchen.jpgMy journey in healthcare was influenced greatly by growing up on a
large dairy farm near Mt. Rainier with fruit & vegetable gardens, as
well as hundreds of grass fed cows, chickens & pigs. I am the Founder
and Executive Director Emerita of Harmony Hill Retreat Center.
Harmony Hill is a retreat center located about two hours west of
Seattle, on 12 acres of beautiful grounds overlooking Hood Canal and
the Olympic Mountains. I am a Family Nurse Practitioner, a former
Univ. of Washington Assistant Professor, and was one of the first
Nurse Practitioners in WA practicing at a rural health clinic in the
Cascade Mountains. As part of my first decade in Union while
Harmony Hill was starting I was a volunteer on the local Fire Department and helped start a critical incident debriefing team. Our residential cancer support program is at the heart of Harmony Hill’s
mission and now serves more than 1200 people a year. We have had continuing education programs for nurses and were honored that Barbara & Susan could be with us. In my free time, I joyfully spend in the Harmony Hill gardens with much focus on our incredibly beautiful dahlias, zinnias, abundant organic vegetables, new aquaponic system in our greenhouse, as well as helping build a third labyrinth. I enjoy music, reading, cooking, walking and annually co-facilitate a pilgrimage retreat to the sacred healing Isle of Iona, Scotland.
MN, ARNP, FNP-BC, NC-BCINCA Associate Faculty7362 E. SR 10698592UnionWA
BarbaraDosseyBarbara DosseyBarbara@dosseydossey.com888772INCA93FacultyFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1479232859_dossey-barbara.jpgMy wonderful 51-year nursing career had a critical care nursing focus for the first 25 years, combined with integral, integrative, and holistic nursing theories and modalities. Currently, I am the Co-Director, International Nurse Coach Association (INCA), and Co-Director, Integrative Nurse Coach Certificate Program (INCCP), North Miami, Florida; International Co-Director, Nightingale Initiative for Global Health (NIGH); and Director, Holistic Nursing Consultants (HNC), Santa Fe, NM. In the 60s I was blessed to meet my husband Larry Dossey, MD. Together, we both found a passion for exploring health and healing, states of consciousness, and writing. I have co-authored 25 books with my most recent: Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice (7th ed., 2016); Nursing Coaching: Integrative Approaches to Health and Wellbeing (2015); The Art and Science of Nurse Coaching (2013); and Florence Nightingale: Mystic, Visionary, Healer (2010, Commemorative Edition). My authorship has been recognized, and I am a eleven-time award recipient of the prestigious American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award. I have received many other awards including the 1985 AHNA Holistic Nurse of the Year, the 2014 AHNA Lifetime Achievement Award, the 2015 Baylor University School of Nursing Outstand Alumni Award (50th year celebration), and 2016 Visionary Award with my husband Larry from the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. A major focus of my current work includes my Theory of Integral Nursing (TIN; grand theory), and my co-authored Theory of Integrative Nurse Coaching (TINC; mid-range theory), and the Integrative Nurse Coach Leadership Model (INCLM). A parallel process is the theory translations for integrative nurse coaching, holistic nursing, and global nursing. I will continue to explore the impact of Florence Nightingale’s life and work on contemporary nursing and humankind as we approach the bicentenary of her birth in 2020. Each year Larry and I take the month of August off to go to the high country of Wyoming for hiking and camping. I am an avid needlepointer and take my needlepoint or a book and hike with Larry as he is fly-fishing in the high mountain lakes and streams a time for renewal and exploring new creative ideas and possibilities.PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, HWNC-BCINCA Co-DirectorSanta FeNM
SusanLuckSusan LuckSluck@inursecoach.com888772INCA87FacultyFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1470765435_SusanLuck-2012-V4.jpgI am a holistic nurse educator and integrative nurse coach, medical anthropologist, and clinical nutritionist, and have been practicing in an integrative healthcare model both in the U.S. and abroad for over 35 years. I serve as the Clinical Nutritionist for Special Immunology Services at Mercy Hospital, Miami, Florida, and maintain a private practice in Miami as an Integrative Nurse Coach and Clinical Nutritionist. Currently, I am Co-__ Director, International Coach Association (INCA), and Core Faculty, Integrative Nurse Coach Certificate Program (INCCP). I am also the Founder and Program Director, Earthrose Institute (ERI), a not for profit organization dedicated to women and childrenÍs environmental health education with a focus on ñEco Nutritionî for health practitioners and community organizations nationally. I serve on the executive committee for the University of MiamiÍs Integrative Medicine Conference, and am Program Coordinator for the University of MiamiÍs Clinical Nutrition Program, and visiting faculty in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. I serve as a consultant for the annual Integrative Health Symposium in New York City. As a national speaker, writer, and a consultant for organizations that are pioneering the emerging integrative healthcare paradigm, I have written extensively on the role of Integrative Nurse Coaches in healthcare today. My most recent publications are Nurse Coaching: Integrative Approaches for Health and Wellbeing (2014); The Art and Science of Nurse Coaching (2013); ñNutritional Healingî and ñEnvironmental Healthî in Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice, (2013), and an editor for Lippincott nursing textbooks on nutrition and herbal medicine. In 1985 I produced the award winning video At the Heart of Healing: Experiencing Holistic Nursing. In 1987 the American Holistic Nurses Association presented me with the prestigious Holistic Nurse of the Year award. For my own self-__care, I enjoy yoga and sunset walks on the beach near my home.MA, RN, HNB-BC, CCN, HWNC-BCINCA Co-DirectorMiami BeachFL
NancyCarlsonNancy Carlsonjoyfulhealingnnc@gmail.com(503) 245-520586FacultyFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1462806999_IMG_4788.jpgNancy is an Integrative Nurse Coach in private practice and Associate Faculty with the International Nurse Coach Association. Trained at Kripalu, Nancy is an Ayurvedic Healthy Lifestyle and Nutrition Counselor and a 500-hour Kripalu Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher. She is a Reiki Master and Teacher. Nancy is a national and international speaker in integrative health and wellbeing and founder of Joyful Healing LLC. She teaches Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama and Reiki; she is currently studying Ayurvedic Bodywork at Kripalu.

Nancy Carlson
BSN, NC-BC, Associate Faculty INCA
Integrative Health, Wellness and Life Purpose Coach
Ayurvedic Health Counselor, RYT-500
Reiki Master

www.joyfulhealing.net
joyfulhealingnnc@gmail.com
Phone 617.549.0619

"The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge."
~Bertrand Russell
RN, BSN, NC-BC8 Farrington Sreet01970ArlingtonUnited StatesMassachusetts
HollyMillerHolly Millerhollymiller.hn@gmail.com717-203-731489FacultyFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1480359829_miller-holly.jpgMy story within nursing has been a zen journey of paths opening. Start-ing as a staff member on a med-surg floor at the Hospital of the Univer-sity of Pennsylvania and shifting to part time work in a family medicine practice and school nursing as my children were born. I embraced a full career in occupational health and safety for two Fortune 500 companies with oversight responsibilities for onsite clinics, industrial hygiene and campus wellness. I have now shifted to my heart's passion for integrative health. I am the founder of Healing Dynamics - Integrated Holistic Services as a board certified holistic nurse and health and wellness nurse coach as well as associate faculty for INCA! My goal is to become part of the functional health care movement by meeting another where they are and partnering with them in their unfolding vitality. My focus is primarily adult populations addressing a range of needs from medical conditions, symptom abatement to wellness. My invitation is to calm the mind and heal the spirit with self-care techniques. A self-care practice for me has been my active participation, for over 18 years, with a group of individuals connected by our Tai Chi classes, studies and intent for conscious growth, healing and peace. As a mother of 2 sons and beautiful grandchildren, I sometimes ponder how to 'witness' their unfolding lives ~ not unlike coaching. I know I am responsible for the energy I bring into this relationship so a life journey indeed. l enjoy being around or on the water with kayaking and sailing and find myself drawn to the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay with my significant other, family and friends.RN, BS, HWNC-BC, CWP, HTCP508 Country Place Dr.17601LancasterPA
CarlaBaumannCarla Baumancarlabaumann2@gmail.com(910) 515-070292AINCPFacultyENTER BIO404031209 Fee Street40403BereaKY
JanetBoothJanet BoothJBooth@inursecoach.com888772INCA94Facultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/cropped-1459908567_upme_thumb_IMG_1783.jpgI have enjoyed a nursing career for over 29 years that includes being a hospice nurse at the bedside, a palliative care nurse in a major medical center, and an employee health & wellness nurse for a large hospice organization. I worked as a health educator, wellness trainer and wellness program developer. After completing the INCA program and becoming Board-certified, I started a new business called Living Well Nurse Coaching. I support people in navigating serious illness, help families to talk more openly about end of life priorities, and provide health coaching for both professional and personal/family caregivers. I also serve as co-faculty for an 8-month course in the DC area called Sacred Journey: Being Present with Aging, Illness & Dying and associate faculty for INCA. Two of my current projects involve facilitation of ‘conscious aging’ study groups, & using the creative arts to enter more deeply into issues related to aging, illness, and dying.RN, BSN, NC-BCINCA Associate FacultyFalls ChurchUSAVA
KarenAvinoKaren AvinoKAvino@inursecoach.com(703) 795-697395AINCPFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1445761201_avino.pngI am faculty at the University of Delaware where I teach Holistic Nursing and Integrative Health. I am a Health & Wellness Nurse Coach, Advanced Holistic Nurse, Reiki Master, Stress Management Instructor, and HeartMath practitioner. I specialize in coaching, providing stress management strategies. I am a co-editor of “Core Curriculum in Holistic Nursing” and “Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice” and am the founder of the Delaware Chapter of the American Holistic Nurses Association.EdD, RN, MSN, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC318 Brockton RD.19803WilmingtonDE
RonaldKankaRonald Kankarkanka21@gmail.com96INCCP Cohort 14INCA Admin
SaraAhtenSara Ahtensahten@boisestate.edu(208) 941-834097INCCP_Cohort_14INCCP Cohort 14http://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1478799885_ahten_sara.jpgDr. Sara Ahten joined the Boise State University School of Nursing in 2002. In her prior professional roles a, she served as Business Development Director for the Idaho facilities of an international healthcare corporation; Vice-President of Healthcare Services for a regional marketing company; and Business Development and Marketing director for an orthopedic multispecialty clinic, surgery center and sports medicine/rehabilitation center.

Dr. Ahten received her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Rush University in Chicago, where her doctoral project focused on the area of health care reform; specifically, preparing staff for the implementation of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model within clinical settings. Her areas of scholarship and publication are organizational leadership and change management, organizational civility, and adult education in both face-to-face and distance environments. She also holds an MSNäóñ Emphasis in Nursing Education from St. Josephäó»s College of Maine, a BSN from the University of Illinois Springfield, and an Associate Degree in Nursing from Illinois Central College.

Dr. Ahten is a member of the both the Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty in the School of Nursing, and serves as Chair of the Undergraduate Programs Curriculum Team. She currently teaches in the RN-BS and DNP Programs.
DNP, MSN, RNID
KimBarronKim Barronkbarron2004@gmail.com(816) 294-812198INCCP_Cohort_15INCCP Cohort 14http://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1445932619_Kim-Barron-profile-pic-small.png
I have been an RN since 1998 and a BSN, MSN, and MBA. I began my career in the inner city on a general medical floor. From there I progressed to the telemetry unit, the Progressive Care Unit and the ER. I have worked as a Patient Advocate and an Emergency Department Nurse Manager. I currently work as a Hospital Supervisor, an ER nurse and an Emergency Nurse in the Army Reserves. I recently completed an 18 month tour working at a Warrior Transition Unit, initially in Concord, Massachusetts and most recently in Bethesda, Maryland at Walter Reed Naval Military Medical Center at the Warrior Transition Brigade-National Capital Region.

My desire to be a Nurse Coach stems from the realization that I can be a valuable partner to individuals who want to learn the way to be healthy and fit without fad dieting and periodic exercise spurts. I believe in the value of providing the mind and body with all the necessities in order for it to maintain itself. My biggest goal with becoming a Nurse Coach is to find a Health and Wellness position to assist individuals with finding ways to live Healthy lifestyles with nutrition and exercise.
RN, MSN, MBACohort 14MO
RobinBavaro-SakorafosRobin Bavarorobinbavaro@verizon.net(978) 363-888299INCCP_Cohort_16INCCP Cohort 14http://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/cropped-1445712081_robin.jpgRobin Bavaro is a MA licensed RN with Reiki-Level Two Certification. She has worked for the past four years as Employee Communications Editor within Nursing & Patient Care Services for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She became an RN in 2007 after completing a two-year nurse education program at North Shore Community College in Danvers, MA. She also holds a BA in Communications from Simmons College with seventeen years of experience in public and media relations, working as Communications Director and Press Secretary for the Mayor of Boston, Speaker of the House, Executive Office of Transportation & Construction, Central Artery/Tunnel Project, MBTA, Department of Corrections, and MWRA. She is a former volunteer Reiki provider at Hospice of the North Shore and is currently seeking nurse health coach certification. Having survived breast cancer twice in her life, she will draw from her personal experiences to partner with and help guide others toward health and wellbeing. She will continue to support people and organizations where her nursing, communications, and survivor perspectives will be fully utilized for the greater good She has been married for 15 years and lives with her husband, 14-year-old son, and six-year-old Portuguese water dog in West Newbury, MA.RN14MA
TristanDiazTristan Diaztristan.diaz@ymail.com(413) 923-7096100INCCP_Cohort_17INCCP Cohort 14Tristan Diaz started her career in the Emergency Department over twenty years ago and for the past 10 has been working with the elderly population as a case manager helping them self-manage their chronic and complex illnesses. In her current role, she spends a lot of time listening to their histories, looking at lifestyle risk factors that have influenced their diseases and working to help them self-discover what changes they would like to work on to improve their life as well as their health. She currently resides in Northampton, Ma with her husband and their dog, Maggie. In her free time she enjoys travel, yoga, cycling, skiing and the great outdoors. She has two beautiful grown kids and cherishes any time spent with them. She also loves sharing good food with friends and family.RN CCMCohort 14MA
SusanDyessSusan Dyesssdyess@fau.edu(561) 297-3236101INCCP_Cohort_18INCCP Cohort 14I have been happily married for 29 years to a wonderful man and we have 3 beautiful daughters. I have been a nurse for 31 years and practiced in critical care, oncology and faith community settings. My journey in holistic health and healing continues. I currently am employed within an academic role. My philosophy for teaching combines human caring and transformational teamwork to facilitate student educational success and professional maturation. Elements I believe contribute to the process of this actualization include being present as a role-model and or guide, nurturing self initiation, supporting learning, and promoting respect for life and diversity. My most passionate interest is to develop in others the enthusiasm for the journey of holistic practice and the nursing profession. I also love to share with students the limitless and meaningful nursing responses that can contribute to the wholeness of an individual, family and community.My research interests are holistic leadership and faith community nursing. I look forward to learning about the practice of nurse coaching and the nurse coach role.PhD,RN, AHN-BC, NE-BCCohort 14FL
NicoleGoodNicole Goodgoodnicole011@gmail.com(815) 207-3872102INCCP_Cohort_19INCCP Cohort 14I am a pediatric nurse excited to begin this nurse coaching journey and see where it leads. Ideally I plan to work as a nurse coach within a primary care or family centered practice before eventually going in to private practice. Many points in my life have led me to this point and I am learning to be grateful for each and every on of them. For without the hardships, I would not be where I am today.BSN, RNCohort 14IL
KrystalHamilton CaseKrystal Casek.hamiltoncase@gmail.com(563) 639-3746103INCCP_Cohort_20INCCP Cohort 14http://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1452440338_9336a954-5f31-4fc3-b0d1-30721f060996.jpgIn 2005 Krystal Hamilton Case began her career in health as a LMT and yoga instructor. She has continued to study and implement various holistic modalities in her work such as Thai Herbal Compress Massage, Therapeutic Thai Flying, Touch For Health Kinesiology, Asian Cupping, Reflexology and more. Throughout her career, Krystal has taught massage therapy in a college setting, with individuals, and groups in the U.S. and Caribbean. She works with and speaks about sustainable living; in 2011 she and her husband founded moonCatlife suStainability. Her role there is to coordinate and teach about natural building, permaculture, and sustainable living. Krystaläó»s work with intentional communities and ecovillages provides a forum for her to practice Nonviolent Communication and group bodywork. She is currently studying at Villanova University for her Masters in Sustainable Engineering. Krystal Case is interested in the role of human health in consciousness to create a more sustainable world that easily meets the basic needs of all.BSN, RN, LMT, TFHKA Instructor, CYTCohort 1416540 Waller Rd.FultonU.S.AIL
BarbaraHealyBarbara HealyBhealy1@partners.org(617) 828-0586104INCCP_Cohort_21INCCP Cohort 14I am married for over 25 years. We have 5 children: 4 girls and one son. My two oldest daughters are engaged. I have two children in college and the youngest in high school. I graduated from NU in 1985 and finally have been able to return to school myself at Emmanuel for MSN. I am happy in my work as a care coordinator. I work with a great team. My husband and I have our own business in home building, real estate and snow work. It was a tough winter! I am a spiritual person having grown up in a very religious and faith filled family. I have both my parents and eight siblings. I am very blessed. I have wonderful friends in church choir. Life is very busy. I try to make time for the gym and time with my family to stay balanced. I enjoy the outdoors and the mountain air. My hope is that this program will help me in my work as a care coordinator to coach patients to maximize their health and wellness. I want to begin by looking at my own lifestyle and goals.BSN CCMCohort 14MA
TerrieKirkpatrickTerrie Kirkpatricktmk555@aol.com(864) 246-6072105INCCP_Cohort_22INCCP Cohort 14Active RN from 1972 - 2015. Retired July 2015. Last nursing position for past 35 years as a psychiatric mental health clinical nurse educator for inpatient psychiatric unit. Served 5 1/2 years in the Air Force Nurse Corps. Married with 2 daughters who both are now in the military oldest in Navy and youngest in Air Force). I am a serious life long learner in professional development. Throughout my career I have worked with my patients and staff with the positive holistic mindset while at times it felt like going upstream against traditional medicine mindset. I am so excited I found the website for nurse health coach. For the past 2 years I have been wanting to get back to my basic roots of wellness lifestyle and self care management nursing practice as a private business but didn't know how.. Personally, I ran amuk on these very concepts for years raising my family neglecting my health. For the past 18 months I have gone back to the basics, losing over 100 lbs through diet and exercise. 5 months into my program, I had a stent placed in coronary artery and have a new lease on life.RN BSN MSCohort 14SC
DebraMccullochDebra McCullochdirtnymph@mac.com(508) 274-4715106INCCP_Cohort_23INCCP Cohort 14Organic farmer at Pure Joy Farm in Truro, OR nurse at Cape Cod Hospital, yogini, mountain biker, surfer, peace and social justice activist, dark chocolate lover.Debra McCulloch RN BSN CYTCohort 14MA
CatherineMurphycamurphy@beebehealthcare.orgcamurphy@beebehealthcare.org(302) 465-0850107INCCP_Cohort_24INCCP Cohort 14I graduated as an RN in 97, My passion is critical care. I Received my MSN in Community Health Nursing in 2009. When I created a Capstone project I called " Back to Basics Healthy Life Styles" which was comprised of four sessions lasting one hour each. The classes included Health genealogy, nutrition, activity and stress management. I have always felt passionate about Homeopathic science, living simply and healthfully. I hate the word diet, I prefer the approach of changing and adapting to new life styles when educating my patients about nutrition and exercise. After all, life is about adapting to improve our situation. I recently took a position as the community outreach coordinator for Beebe Health Care and I was introduced to nurses whom have trained in integrative health. This exposure rekindled my desire to utilize my Back to Basics program again. I have since started teaching classes for the integrative health team and have even booked my own Back to Basics class with a local Healthcare coalition. I am excited to be connected with this program and I look forward to learning the techniques I will need to further my career as an Integrative nurse coach.MSN RNCohort 14DE
MerrySchlegelMerry Schlegelschlegels@sbcglobal.net(314) 269-3616108INCCP_Cohort_25INCCP Cohort 14http://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1445965696_Cropped-picture.pngMy name is Merry Schlegel. I am a wife, mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother. My life's work has also been in keeping with God first, then family, and then work. I have been blessed with a wonderful nursing career (45 years) which has seen numerous aspects of health care. I have vast bedside experience from general med/surg., intensive care nursing, ER nursing, management, and education.

After some life challenges in the early 1990's, I began a process of learning which included holism, energy work, and most important, my relationship with God. I was directed to seek board certification in holistic nursing and Healing Touch. For the past 10 years, I have worked at a large Medical Center as the coordinator of the Integrative Medicine Department. I completed my BSN one year age (about time!!). Nurse Couching is my next "big thing" and I look forward to learning more tools to add to my skills.

My life is full and I am grateful for my family and the service I have chosen for my life's work. Seeing all of the changes and challenges to health care offers rich opportunities and I look forward to the future.
RN, BSN, BHN-BC, CHTP, OCNCohort 14MO
JulieSeavyjaseavy@gmail.comjaseavy@gmail.com(978) 400-1340109INCCP_Cohort_26INCCP Cohort 14I am an integrative health nurse; currently working with refugee resettlement. Nursing has been woven into other professional roles in my life as a writer/editor on health topics for young people; a lay minister; and non-profit manager. But despite these other occupations, I am at heart a nurse. I value the intimacy of nursing; the ways in which we are invited into the deepest parts of people's lives and many ways our presence can make a difference. Personally, I am from Colorado and feel most comfortable in the mountains and in places with big skies. I love reading and messing around with watercolors. I saw an 85 yo woman surfing about 10 years ago; and her vision makes me smile every time I think her. I think more than 20 min of brisk walking may be in order to reach that goal but . . . whatever it takes.RN, MTS, HN-BCCohort 14MA
KimSulfaroKim SulfaroKbedsulf@msn.com(617) 835-5435110INCCP_Cohort_27INCCP Cohort 14My name is Kim Sulfaro, I am a registered nurse and see first hand that healing incorporates the whole mind body and spirit to get healthy and stay healthy. Getting healthy goes beyond the physical. There is a great need for education for my patients and family on total health. I graduated from Laboure College with an associate degree in nursing. I have over 29 years of experience in many different avenues of nursing. Over the past 14 years to present date I have held a position as a staff Registered Nurse in the Medical Intensive Care Unit in a Boston Hospital. I started studying Holistic healing practices over 8 years ago. I am a Reiki Master Teacher, Integrated Energy Therapy Practioner, Magnified Healing Practitioner, Crystal Energy Practitioner, Angel Therapy Practitioner. Studing under Shamans, Energy Healers and Spirit Mediums, Life Coaches I have worked as a volunteer staff member for Spirit Medium Maureen Hancock, setting up events. I offer healing treatments to Hospice patients and recovery centers.RNCohort 1450 west stPembrokeMA
LeslieSt. Cyrlesstcyr@verizon.netlesstcyr@verizon.net(617)-732-9370111INCCP_Cohort_28INCCP Cohort 14My name is Leslie St. Cyr. I have been a nurse for over 20 years. I received my ADN from Mass Bay Community College, and my BSN from University of Massachusetts-Boston. Much of my career has been in varied Case Management roles.I am presently a High Risk Ambulatory Care Manager in a Women's Health Primary Care practice at Brigham and Women's Hospital. I am a proud mother of 2 young adults, and a grandmother of a beautiful 9 month old girl.RNCohort 14MA
SusanGreenquistSusan GreenquistSGREENQUIST@PARTNERS.ORG6172793755112INCCP_Cohort_29INCCP Cohort 14RNCohort 14MA
MaureenDelaneyMaureen Delaneymaureebdelaney@aol.com(516) 837-8381113FacultyFacultyMaureen Delaney earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Boston College and her Masters of Arts Degree in the Delivery of Nursing Service with a concentration in psychiatric nursing from New York University. In her graduate education, she was influenced by many nursing pioneers including Martha Rogers and Dolores Krieger. She returned to Molloy College after years in the field to obtain further education in a Post Masters Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Certification program. Maureen has spent most of her nursing career working in homecare in the community health setting in a variety of roles. She is currently employed as a psychiatric nurse practitioner in the care of adult and geriatric patients. Through the years sheÍs focused much of her attention and study on mind-body medicine and strategies for stress management including clinical meditation and guided imagery. In recent years her interests have expanded through her studies and connections with the International Nurse Coach Association (INCA). She is a graduate of the INCA and the AINCA programs. She is a board certified Nurse Coach, a Lillian Wald Ambassador at the Visiting Nurse Service of NY and a Caritas Coach through the Watson Caring Science Institute. She has been on an extraordinary journey and holds the intention of co creating change, practicing with loving kindness and being more present and heart centered with patients and community. She is a member of the International Nurse Coach Association, the American Holistic Nurse Association and the New York State Nurse Practitioner Association. Her passions include watercolor painting, swimming, yoga and spending time with her family especially by the beach.PMHNP-BC, MA, RN, CCM, NC-BC, Caritas Coach1314 Foster AvenueSayvilleNY
MaryGuarneriMary GuarnariMGuarneri@inursecoach.com(703) 961-1461114FacultyFacultyI am recently retired from New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) Office of Health Care Improvement. I was an Improvement Specialist and Facilitator for Corporate Clinical Committees. I was part of the HHC faculty in the Institute for Health Care Improvement Collaborative to improve care for patients with chronic illness and have directed learning collaboratives for behavioral health, pediatrics, and rehabilitation medicine. I also had the opportunity to trained clinical care teams in motivational interviewing and the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change. Prior to my improvement work, I served as Director of Ambulatory Care Nursing at Elmhurst Hospital. I was able to initiate the first care management program within ambulatory care and was part of the leadership team for New York City Health and Hospital CorporationÍs Ambulatory Care Restructuring Initiative. I also spent 15 years within home care where I developed the first Maternal-Child Pediatric Home Care Program and Behavioral Health Home Care Program within HHC at Elmhurst Hospital. I went on to become Director of Patient Services. Currently I am a part-time Adjunct Nursing Professor at Adelphi University School of Nursing and Public Health, St. PaulÍs School of Nursing and Associate Faculty for INCA. I hold certificates as a Nurse Educator in Integrative Practices, Medical Meditation and Imagery Facilitator, Reiki Master Practitioner. I was part of Cohort 3 in the INCA program and a member of the first cohort to become board certified as a Nurse Coach and the first cohort in the Advanced Integrative Nurse Coach Program. I have been nursing for 51 years and have had a truly blessed career„and I am not finished yet!1137052220 76th Street11370East ElmhurstNY
LarraineBossiLarraine BossiLBossi@inursecoach.com888772INCA115FacultyFacultyMy coaching training and certification dovetailed with my retirement from a full time position. As I eased into a non-scheduled life full of possibilities, in a new community, I needed to spend time focusing on my personal goals. I needed to decide what activities were best for supporting my sense of purpose and meaning. Many times I thought I was on a clear path, only to have other events redirect my journey. Many times I needed to remind myself to be patient and trust that I WAS on the right path. And slowly, the correct route has emerged. My idea to develop a health-related service for the members of my faith community is becoming a reality. Last Fall we began with a ñneeds assessmentî, then a group meeting to create a mission statement and participation guidelines. Now as we enter our second year we are adding relaxation interventions, caregiving support, and self-care practice presentations to our service that matches volunteers with member requests for assistance. I am fortunate to continue to offer some educational programs through my former employer. The satisfaction I receive from teaching has prompted me to offer the one-day Introduction to Integrative Nurse Coaching along with two of my nurse coaching colleagues. I am currently participating in the Boston-based training in October with the hope of teaching in future trainings. Retirement from full time work presents many challenges. Coaching tools have helped me to meet them and shift my approach in a more thoughtful way.RN, MS, RMT, NC-BC65 Division St02671West HarwichMA
MaxineBornsteinMaxine BornsteinMBornstein@inursecoach.com1-508-292-5258116FacultyFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1478237215_bornstein.jpgOwner of Reiki By The Sea / Center For Healing Therapies for over 15 years and a graduate of Boston University, Maxine has practiced the art and science of holistic nursing for over 4 decades. With a strong background in Community Health Nursing, Maxine has worked in a variety of venues including hospitals, clinics, nursing centers and private practice.Maxine uses her advanced practice skills as an Integrative Nurse Coach and holistic nurse assisting her clients to meet their health and wellness goals from her offices in Boston and Cape Cod Massachusetts and telephonically. Maxine especially loves being with her husband Paul and very diversified family of 3 children and 7 grandchildren as they enjoy new adventures.254 Marlborough St.02601BostonMA
AnnCarlsonAnn CarlsonAcarlson@inursecoach.com7818443205117FacultyFacultyAnn is a Board Certified Nurse Coach, Reiki Master and founder of In Harmony for health and wellness coaching. She has extensive experience working with adolescents, womenÍs health issues and families with complex medical and emotional needs. Much of her career has been spent at Boston ChildrenÍs Hospital Adolescent Practice where she was instrumental in developing a program providing Reiki for staff. Her coaching and self-development focuses on life balance, fitness goals, weight management and stress reduction.196 Kendall St.WalpoleMA
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BrandieTrigger-MitchellBrandie Trigger-Mitchellbrandie.j.trigger@gmail.com(631) 486-6893423AINCPAINCPBrandie is a Registered Nurse, Licensed Massage Therapist, and Integrative Nurse Coach focused on providing quality, complementary health care services to adults and children in Houston, TX.3HoustonTX
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JoanneTurnierJoanne Turnierjturnier@inursecoach.com516 647-9456163AINCPFacultyhttp://inursecoach.com/wp-content/uploads/upme/1461869433_joanne-head-shot.jpegOur healthcare system is undergoing a major transformation from a disease-focused health care system to one that is focused on wellness, health promotion and disease prevention. Nurses are positioned to take the lead by engaging clients in self-care and management of health care practices and client centered outcomes. When nurses are permitted to practice by incoporating both the art and science of nursing they will do what they do best... hold therapuetic presence in any given situation throughout any disease trajectory. The Nurse Coaching Model is fundamental and essential to nursing education.DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, HWNC-BC, CTINCA Associate Faculty4 Dreamworks Court11768NorthportUnited StatesNEW YORK
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JaneEdelmanJane Edelmanjaneeern@gmail.com781-248-0123174AINCPAINCPI am a cancer survivor who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1999. Stunned by the news, feeling the ground had just been taken out from underneath me, I found help and strength by other women who had walked this path. I was treated with surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and endocrine/hormonal treatment. During the time of treatment, I came to realize I was not just about the disease – I was so much more, and I learned to take charge of my own wellbeing.

This experience inspired me to use my nursing and coaching expertise to work with other women, and men, diagnosed with breast cancer. I know full well how important it is to feel confident about being cancer free, yet realize the concern never fully dissipates.
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