What Does a Holistic Nurse Do?
The term holistic Nurse assists in identifying a style of nursing which bridges allopathic medicine with complementary treatment and assessment methods.
Holistic Nurses are highly trained, usually in many different complementary health modalities. They are also qualified as Registered Nurses or may have chosen to be a 'non-practicing' Nurse - one whom retains their entire training skillset in Nursing but decides to take a break from traditional clinical nursing to focus on other aspects of health and wellbeing.
In Australia a nurse may identify as a 'holistic' nurse within her Nursing Scope of Practice in the medical health industry, or as a practitioner of any other modality with nursing being just one aspect of her health and healing suite of practices and skills. In the USA becoming a holistic nurse requires additional studies that are formalised through board examinations.
Below are other health and healing areas in which you may find a holistic nurse:
The Scope of Practice for holistic nurses is the same as any other registered nurse, and includes:
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Treatments & Therapies
We offer a range of complementary treatments with a My Holistic Nurse endorsed therapist to help you feel better in your whole self. From therapeutic massage for chronic illness, to private mindfulness and EFT Tapping sessions for stress management, we can help your body feel better, your mind find peace, and your spirit return home.
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