The Burnout Recovery Guide
Remember when you first started being a nurse practitioner and you felt energized, motivated and excited? Ready to go back to that feeling? Would you like to start enjoying your work, regaining your compassion and feeling motivated again? You can start feeling better immediately in just five minutes per day with the Burnout Recovery Guide, a directive, mindfulness-based path to relieving burnout. More
Remember when you first started being a nurse practitioner and you felt energized, motivated and excited? Ready to go back to that feeling? Would you like to start enjoying your work, regaining your compassion and feeling motivated again? You don’t have to stay burned out the rest of your career; there is help for you. You can start feeling better in just five minutes per day.
The Burnout Recovery Guide is a twenty-one day program designed to help you start feeling better immediately, no matter how burned out you feel. It is a directive, easy-to-follow, mindfulness-based path to wellness, centeredness and reconnecting with the present. Every activity in the guide can be completed in five minutes or less.
The Burnout Recovery Guide is set up in seven modules, three days in each module. It follows a workday seeing patients in your clinic. Modules include: (1) commuting to work, (2) morning huddle, (3) morning patients, (4) having lunch, (5) afternoon huddle, (6) afternoon patients, and (7) going home.
Each “Day” in the Guide has a one-page introduction concisely explaining the concepts. The second page for each Day includes the exercise itself, an intention to keep throughout the day and a tip. There is also an optional “Going Deeper” section for those who have more than five minutes. Each Day includes no more than two pages of text, so you can get into the exercises and feeling better as quickly as possible.
“LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!!!!! Funny! Instructions are very clear, it is very engaging!!!! Can you train me and my staff?”
Jenitza Serrano-Feliciano, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Marana Health Center