Strategic Partners

INCA partners with some of the leading institutes, organizations and foundations to bring together the best insights and resources for nurse coaches.


ERI_logoFor over 10 years, ERI has worked with women, communities, institutions, and other organizations, on advocacy and health policy issues related to environmental health on a local and global level.

ERI is committed to being a bridge that brings scientific research and information to diverse communities. Our Centers are guided and inspired by our professional Advisory Board comprised of Practitioners, Researchers, Educators, and Community Leaders.

The EarthRose Institute is dedicated to two spirited women named Rose. Each one was the mother of one of our founders. Each Rose was diagnosed with breast cancer with suspected environmental links. Their memory continues to inspire us to dedicate our efforts in the hope of creating an environmentally safer world.
nighThe year 2020 is the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth and timely for portraying her life and legacy with such fresh relevance. Nightingale is the perfect image for improving the health of humanity today — through ‘we the peoples of the United Nations’ — now unanimously seeking to achieve 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 and bringing about a healthy world community. See Sign the Nightingale Declaration for a Healthy World at
FAUThe Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing is partnering with INCA. FAU will offering INCA’s Integrative Nurse Coaching Certificate Program (INCCP) to their Masters in Holistic Nursing students. Upon completion of the INCCP requirements, Masters in Holistic Nursing prepared graduates will be eligible to sit for the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation (AHNCC) national certification boards for Nursing Coach certification. They will also be eligible for the AHNCC Advanced Holistic Nurse certification.
CIISLogoThe INCA has an articulation agreement with the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and the Integrative Health Studies (IHS) program. It allows for up to six units of transfer credit from the INCA to the IHL program. The Integrative Health Studies (HIS) offers a nonclinical M.A. degree, preparing students for careers in the integrative health field as educators, wellness coaches, practitioners, researchers, and administrators.
For more information contact:
Rachel Lefkowitz
CIIS/HIS Senior Program Manager
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saybrookThe INCA has an articulation agreement with Saybrook University and the Mind-Body Medicine (MBM) that allows for up to six units of transfer credit from the INCA INCCP program to the Saybrook master's degree in the School of Mind-Body Medicine, and for up to nine units of transfer credits from the INCA INCCCP program to the Saybrook PhD degree in the School of Mind-Body Medicine.
For more information contact:
Donald Moss, PhD
Chair, Graduate School of Mind-Body Medicine
SASHThe SASH Model is designed to provide personalized coordinated care to help adult participants stay safely at home. The SASH (Support And Services at Home) model is part of the Blueprint for Health, Vermont’s statewide health care reform initiative. SASH helps Vermont’s seniors and individuals with special needs access the care and support they need to stay healthy while living comfortably and safely at home. SASH is available in many communities throughout Vermont and serves primarily persons 65 and older and persons with disabilities. Participation is voluntary and free of charge. SASH communities include a care coordinator and wellness nurse who work in partnership with a team of community providers to assist more than 5,000
IFMThe International Nurse Coach Association and the Institute for Functional Medicine are partnering to create a unique program for all nurses weaving Functional Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, and Integrative Nurse Coaching into clinical practice. This groundbreaking collaboration is a leap forward for our work and for furthering nursing knowledge, skills, and interprofessional collaborations. This program will combine Nurse Coach skills with clinical nutritional coaching and will delve deeper into Clinical Nutrition research and implementation for supporting our patients, clients and communities. Through our Integrative Nurse Coach process, we will ground this knowledge for supporting healthy lifestyle behavioral change.

Nurses will receive 19 CE’s and Certificate upon completion of this program.
If you are interested in becoming an INCA partner, please contact us.