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“Less Stress. More Peace of Mind.”

~ Karen Sanders, MSN, RN, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC

The process of coaching is relationship centered, skilled, purposeful, structured, nurturing and promotes the attainment of client goals. I utilize a variety of coaching and communication tools to help clients access intuition and wisdom.
An RN Patient Advocate supports the well being of, intercedes on behalf of, or lends assistance to patients, their families, and their friends. I can assist anywhere along the healthcare continuum, for patients of any age, in any setting.
Tired of experiencing work-related stress and practice environment compromises? Nourish your entrepreneurial spirit and create your HOLISTIC RN PRIVATE PRACTICE. We want to personally help you plan, launch, and scale your own practice!

“Karen’s intervention on my behalf may well have saved my life.”

-Steve Taylor
Oakland, California

Interested in becoming a Patient Advocate, but want to be sure this career is for you?

Apply to join us for an Intro to Patient Advocacy class series. Learn how to decide if patient advocacy is the right path for you and what you need to know before you get started. 

As an RN Patient Advocate, Karen can help you maneuver through a convoluted, complex Healthcare system with nurturing tips on how to care for yourself. Karen offers you vast experience in nursing and healthcare administration, a gift for clearly communicating complex medical information, and an ability to intuitively know the best practices for guiding you through whatever health challenge you are facing.

“I am stepping into the signature of my soul by working as an RN Patient Advocate and a Holistic Transitions Coach.”

Learn more at this link.

Asheville Death Cafe
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), University of North Carolina (UNCA), Asheville, NC
Asheville Death Cafe at OLLI, Reuter Building,  at 300 Campus View Drive, Asheville, NC. 28804, is offered on the 3rd Friday of the month from 5 pm to 6:30 pm, unless there is inclement weather or holidays.  
Death Café is an engaging gathering with storytelling and conversation about a topic that too often alienates people in our death-phobic culture. At Death Café, participants break into small groups of five or six people and discuss personal stories related to the death of loved ones; loss of jobs, relationships or marriages; or loss or death of parts of ourselves. These programs are facilitated by Karen Sanders, Greg Lathrop and Said Osio from Third Messenger.
Learn more about Death Café by visiting the Third Messenger website or Death Cafe of Asheville and Hendersonville Facebook pageFor questions, please email Karen Sanders at:
“The Holistic RN Patient Advocacy Training Institute”
Zoom Classes

Start your own RN patient advocacy business! Sessions are held on Zoom Wednesday evenings from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Click here to learn more about how to join our Holistic RN Patient Advocacy Training Institute.

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