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This continuing nursing education (CNE) activity is provided by Awakening to Grace, approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #17389. Approved for 14 CE contact hours. Approval is based on an assessment of the educational merit of the program and does not constitute an endorsement of the use of any specifics in the care of clients.
Origination Date: 5/9/2020
Expiration Date: 5/9/2024
Learning Outcomes

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe why it is important to live mindfully instead of in a reactive or fearful mode.

  2. Identify the four D's people commonly use to relieve their stress symptoms.

  3. Identify how to use each of the four Stress Shifting steps: Facing, Focusing, Freeing, and Flowing.

  4. Describe an example of using your new skills for handling stress.

Requirements for CE Credit
Complete each learning module, the course test, and the course evaluation.

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Holistic Nursing CE

Congratulations on your Choice to Learn How to Shift Stress

What you'll get:

  • 4 module online course
  • Private Member Community
  • Coaching Tips, Exercises, and Meditations

What People Are Saying:

“For me, this stress shifter process is allowing me to stop reacting dramatically and immediately to my own stressors, and rather center myself, better understand the root cause, and process how I am going to use that for the better good of myself and the whole. It will allow me to trust myself and also abandon my unhealthy self-judgements.”

Jamie H., NP

As I went through each module, I was able to really focus on the stressors in my life and how they have impacted me over the years. Being able to identify my stress reactions, stress symptoms, self-judgments, coping mechanisms, and social survival strategy has been very valuable. To be able to have these insights, and to now have the tools of being able to shift my chronic stress, is absolutely amazing!

~ Jenny G. RN

One important piece of information I learned was the cause for chronic stress. I could start to realize and explain why my stress has built up over several years and has never gone away.

Christina R. RN