You are empty.
You are physically, emotionally, mentally depleted.
You are exhausted.
You are sick and tired of being sick and tired.
You no longer have the passion or the fulfillment in your nurse practitioner career.
You contemplate the next move.
You are ready to leave healthcare.
You are beyond burned-out.
I see you burned-out nurse practitioner.
I know you are wondering why the heck you went back for your nurse practitioner degree because now you are working more than 40 hours a week. You are staying late at the office and bringing charts home. You are tired of the constant push to see more patients, sicker patients.
The demands in your nurse practitioner job have accelerated. Sign those charts. Ensure you chose the correct Evaluation and Management Code. Respond to the never ending patient messages. Complete the medication refills. Review the past medical documentation. Analyze the diagnostic data. There is always more and more to do.
And yet, there is diminishing help.
There is lack of support from administration/managers. Offices and hospitals are short staffed in every role. Nurse practitioners have to pick up these extra duties. Coordinating referrals. Completing prior auths. Even rooming their own patients.
It’s no wonder nurse practitioners are burned-out.
The days are constantly busy, you don’t even have time to care for yourself. Not to mention, nurse practitioners also have their own personal or family obligations. But with more duties and less support, nurse practitioners’ personal lives are negatively impacted. The work-life imbalance is unreal. There are feelings of overwhelm. Frustration. Mom guilt. Burnout.
Nurse Practitioners. Are. Broken.
If only you could get that fire, that motivation, that drive you had as a nursing student. You wish you could go back to being naive about the hardships of healthcare. You wish you still felt empowered to care for patients. You wish you could go back to pre-COVID before the entire world turned upside down. Before you were incredibly short staffed. Before your workplace became a toxic work environment . Before healthcare changed.
It’s time to be honest with yourself. It’s time to make a change in your life.
It’s time to take control and live the life you want!
You didn’t work this hard in nurse practitioner school, while still picking up shifts as a RN, while raising a family, while working hard to get your clinical hours done, to be miserable as a nurse practitioner!
No matter what changing your life looks like, I give you permission.
Maybe you need to learn the time management and charting tips to avoid bringing charts home and improve your work-life balance . Maybe you need to have the hard talks and ask your clinic manager exactly what you need. Maybe you need to quit your job and take a 6 week or even 6 month break from healthcare. Maybe you need to finally put your life first. Maybe you need to set the boundaries. Maybe you need to work on your own health and actually do the selfcare . Maybe you need to implement small, attainable action steps that will get you to where you want to be.
Whatever you need to do, I believe in you.
Even if no one else believes in you. Even if you don’t believe in yourself. I see a better, more fulfilled, happier life for you. I want you to improve your work-life balance. To be able to spend more time with your family and friends. I want you to do the work you love. I want you to feel purposeful as a nurse practitioner. I want you to take the best care of your patients while also taking care of yourself.
I want you to overcome the nurse practitioner burnout.
I created Burnout Resolution for Nurse Practitioners to provide the framework and mindset shifts to empower nurse practitioners to create a better work-life balance and resolve the burnout. The framework and mindset shifts are the same ones I used to overcome my burnout. I was able to take control of my life and overcome the burnout. I chose to stay in healthcare. I decided to put in the work. I resolved the burnout.
And I have helped hundreds of other nurse practitioners do the same. I created The Burned-out Nurse Practitioner to help overwhelmed nurse practitioners create a better work-life balance, conquer the burnout, and learn to advocate for themselves.
Unfortunately there is no magic pill to overcome the burnout. There is not an easy solution. Resolving nurse practitioner burnout includes a lot of self-reflection and personal work. But, speaking from experience, overcoming the burnout is so worth it.
You can get your life back!
Burnout Resolution for Nurse Practitioners was designed to support nurse practitioners in their burnout resolution journey. It was not meant for those nurse practitioners who are looking for a quick fix, not willing to put the effort in, not wanting to make their lives better.
This online, instant access course teaches nurse practitioners the steps I utilized (and have taught numerous nurse practitioners) to overcome burnout.
Burnout Resolution for Nurse Practitioners teaches the Balanced Work-Life Method.
Balanced: Use the 4 Steps to a Balanced Life so you can create your overall life vision, set goals to keep you motivated, and create the action steps to get you to a more purposeful life.
Work: Learn how to over the barriers of a toxic work environment, lack of support, and difficult people. Discover the impact Second Victim Syndrome may have on you and learn to overcome.
Life: Learn why self-care is soooo important, discover the things that actually fill your cup, prioritize your time to spend how you want.
Also offering lessons on:
Habit formation: Establish healthy habits and make them stick.
Mindset shifts: The inspiration and motivation to help shift you mindset.
Plus the bonuses:
Setting Boundaries: Establish healthy boundaries using the 5 A’s Method
6 Tips to Master the Mom Guilt
Reflective questions: Should you quit the J.O.B. that is burning you out?
An exclusive video training on Unhealed Trauma in Nurse Practitioners
This training is taught by Yanira Crespo, Trauma informed coach and holistic practitioner.
Unhealed Trauma in Nurse Practitioners discusses:
-Negative aspects stemming from unhealed trauma,
–Benefits of processing the trauma,
-A meditation to overcome the unhealed trauma.
Offering 4 continuing education hours!
Burnout Resolution is approved for continuing education hours through The Elite Nurse Practitioner. The Elite Nurse Practitioner is an accredited educator of nursing continuing education through the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Overcoming nurse practitioner burnout is not easy.
But Burnout Resolution for Nurse Practitioners was designed to give you the motivation, the framework, the mindset shifts, the permission to put yourself first. Don’t wait to get your life back.
Choose to Resolve the Nurse Practitioner Burnout!
For time management and charting tips, check out The Nurse Practitioner Charting School– The one stop for all documentation resources created specifically for nurse practitioners. Learn more at www.npchartingschool.com