The Therapeutic Nurse™
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How do you relax after work or school?  How do you cope with stress or burnout?

The purpose of this blog is to guide you on how to live a more therapeutic life in a busy world.  Browse through the different forms of creative writing, poetry, music & sound, visual arts, and mindfulness exercises all on one website.

We will also post tutorials to help on different forms of art, creative writing, and mindfulness activities that can help you build #Resilience and rise from the ashes!  These holistic coping strategies can be enjoyable, relaxing, and grounding.  Do you suffer from anxiety? Depression? Shame? Stress?  The road to #Resilience can start with a stroke of a pen or paint brush.

How to Start an Art Journal

Research finds that creative self-expression can decrease stress, improve health, and increase your quality of life.  You serve others better when you first take care of yourself.  How in need are you of some self-care and self-love? 

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Set aside 5-15 minutes for yourself to unwind, reboot, and create EVERY DAY.  Self-care is a must to maintain your body’s homeostasis nature, prevent burnout, and enhance wellness. 

Find your art.  Find your voice.  Find your thing. 

Read the blog for other ways to be your authentic self, to live a more therapeutic life, and how to implement creativity and kindness into your day.



Nursing school is a ride!  Between lectures, clinicals, exams, labs and studying NCLEX questions - there is little time for self-care.  But there are creative ways to implement love for yourself without adding to your "to do" list.  I'm cheering you on! 



OK busy superheroes, I know you know how important self-care is, but do you actually take time out for yourself?  Use this website as a resource tool for unwinding after work, coping through your own heavy stuff, or living in the present with a new hobby.



This site is for you too!  Learn about your body's responses (to stress, anxiety, depression, etc...) and how to use creativity to address them.  Use this website as a resource tool for engaging in productive alone time for personal growth and development.