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Healthy Wealthy and WiseDo you find yourself putting off decisions or actions about your health or your finances? Do you feel stressed or anxious when you think about potential health or financial problems in the future?

It doesn't have to be that way! You can take small steps now to create a healthier, wealthier future.

Healthy, Wealthy and Wise is a one-hour seminar designed to provide information, support, and tools for making wise investments in your finances and your overall well-being. This complimentary joint program is offered monthly by Julie Alexander and Jessica Lee.

During the seminar, you will receive:

  • An introduction to the steps involved in proactively planning for a healthier, wealthier future
  • Tools for envisioning a future that inspires you
  • An opportunity to build connections with other people who share an interest in intentional living
  • Resources for further support as you move forward

Are you ready to be more proactive in investing in the quality of your life? Please join us as we journey together towards futures that inspire us!

To register, find the next available date here.



More about the presenters:


Jessica Lee web

 

Jessica Lee is an independent financial adviser and planner* who helps people achieve greater finanical freedom through good planning and strategic actions that they can take wherever they are.


 

 

julie alexander

 

Julie Alexander is nurse practitioner and health coach who helps people build greater wellness through sustainable lifestyle changes.





*DISCLOSURE: Registered Representative, Securities offered through Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a Broker/Dealer member FINRA/SIPC. JBL Financial Group, LLC and Cambridge Investment Research are not affiliated. Investment Advisor Representative, Cambridge Investment Resarch Advsors, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisor.

Health Coaching is a tool for sustainable lifestyle changeAn educational opportunity for advanced practice nurses*

First presented by Julie Alexander, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, NC-BC
at the North Carolina Nurses Association Nurse Practitioner Spring Symposium
April 1, 2014

Overview: As Americans are living longer, nurse practitioners (NPs) are increasingly engaged in helping patients prevent and manage chronic disease. With at least 50% of chronic disease being linked to lifestyle choices, a critical focus for NPs is helping to facilitate sustainable behavior changes among their patients. This presentation explores health coaching as one tool with demonstrated effectiveness in supporting change, and identifies strategies that nurse practitioners can use to access this tool. Participants will gain an understanding of the coaching process, distinguish key differences between the coach and clinician role, identify coaching skills and concepts that can enhance clinical work, and explore considerations when building referral relationships with health coaches.

Objectives:

  1. Distinguish differences between the coaching and nurse practitioner role.
  2. Identify coaching skills and concepts that nurse practitioners can use to enhance patient engagement and facilitate sustainable lifestyle change.
  3. Describe key considerations when considering referrals for health coaching.

Outline:

  1. Overview of Coaching
    • Definition
    • Effectiveness
    • Process
    • Distinctions between Coach and Nurse Practitioner Role
  2. Useful Skills and Tools for Clinicians
    • Determining Readiness for Change
    • Strengthening Motivation
    • Encouraging Action
    • Maintaining Momentum
  3. Key Considerations with Considering Referrals for Coaching
    • Types of coaching
    • Credentials and Expertise
    • Service Models and Fees
    • Referral Relationships



*This presentation can be customized for other health care professional audiences. 

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What Others Say...

Individualized Approach

"Julie is a skilled professional, a great listener, and a great human being. She sees each person as a unique individual with unique questions, dreams and goals. She does not presume she understands by providing space for discovery and clarification of a person's goals. Julie assesses, mentors, monitors and encourages -- meeting the individual in their space, time and need."

Peter J. Morris MD, MPH, MDiv
Executive Director
Urban Ministries of Wake County

Sustainable Alterations

"Julie really helped me to critically analyze my existing habits and make sustainable alterations in pursuit of my weight loss goal. I have lost 62 lbs in the 9 months since we worked together and I am very close to reaching and maintaining my overall health goal. I can't thank Julie enough for the difference her work has made in my life."

Jenn B.
Raleigh, NC

Expectations Exceeded

"I exceeded even my own expectations for the progress that I would make during this coaching. I learned a lot about myself, about my inspiration about what drives me, about what behavior modifications work for me and about how to stick with it."

Corporate Client
Cary, NC
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"Spot-On"

"I highly recommend Julie as a coach! She is fully present and totally committed to helping me envision, focus on, and create what I want in my life! Her insights and reflections are so 'spot on' and she draws from her own self-lived honor and respect for the unique journeys we each are on in our lives, and the inspiration we give one another to live our whole 'wild and precious lives'"

A.Gordon
Chapel Hill, NC

A Skilled Partner

"Julie and I worked together to create, implement and evaluate an onsite health coaching pilot program. Her project management and organizational skills are terrific complements to her strong skills as a health coach."

Gale Adcock, FNP
Chief Health Officer
SAS Institute Inc.

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