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Did you know a First Responder Commits Suicide every 18 hours? When we mask our stress with unhealthy coping strategies this tends to make the situation worse in the long run.  When we choose healthy coping strategies such as what we help with; we choose life! Partnering with a nurse coach can help one live a joyful and fulfilling life.

I ask for your support in helping ourselves as first responders and healthcare workers by signing up for Individual and/or group coaching in the following areas: Health and wellness, as well as stress management. This is to help us as first responders and professionals get back to joyful and fulfilling lives, and continue to be there for ourselves, our family, and our community.

My name is Christie Lockett. I am a deep listener to your story. I will witness your unfolding journey through life to facilitate your healthiest life. I am a Nurse Coach. I work with First Responders, including all health care professionals(my fellow nurses of course) as well as 911 dispatchers and ANYONE ELSE, who struggle with stress and creating healthy coping strategies.

Choosing me as your nurse coach can help you with having more clarity in your daily life to reach your goals, become more mindful and present so you can take charge of your life, and decrease stress levels as well as help with anxiety and depression relief. What differentiates me from others is that I am a confident, creative, and capable registered nurse coach who struggles with the same life issues.

You don’t have to do this alone. We have individual sessions as well as groups. You are able to participate in both  This is not therapy. I’m sure you have heard of Tony Robbins or Iyanla Vanzant. Well, I do work similarly to them except pertaining to your health and wellness.

I have a passion for helping others overcome stigmas to mental health, burnout, and compassion fatigue. This makes my clients feel encouraged, hopeful, empowered, and alive. Would you like to know more? You can reach me here: christielhhc@gmail.com, one of the sign-up forms below, or 305-504-5760.

    Any thoughts or comments are welcomed. Please share with your fellow first responder friends if you feel they may be interested.

    Free Sessions Available: Click here to schedule!!!

    8 Comments

    1. Hey again, I really think it’s wonderful to use your profession and your talents in such a way as to help those who help everybody else.  I dont think we all realize the amount of stress and sadness that can come from jobs like the ones you described above, so having a safe place to work them out is absolutely critical to the mental health of some of them.  Again, wonderful work of you.

      1. Yes, and they interact with one incident after another with barely a moment to take a break. 

        Thanks again!

    2. I don’t have any experience in the area of self hate. But I do understand that we all go through life and life is hard. So having someone to talk to can help someone in need. Thank you for being that someone to talk to and being a healthcare worker makes all the differences.

      1. Yes, it helps to open up and let it out. You are quite welcome. 

        Be Blessed

    3. Wow, how really great!  I did not realize that so many first responders commit suicide.  You have me worrying now.  My son is going to school to become a police officer.  Are they at risk as well?  Wasn’t sure if they are considered first responders or not.  But they do arrive at a scene first right?  Gonna bookmark your sight.  Great service you are providing!

      1. Hi Leahrae, thank you for sharing. Life is difficult for so many people, but first responders are exposed to more than the average person. It is just of high importance for them to take care of themselves holistically. First responders usually pertain to Police officers, EMS, and firefighters, but I also include healthcare professionals and 911 dispatchers as they encounter a lot as well. You don’t have to worry. 

        Be Blessed

    4. I read a book titled “The Power of Now”

      In this book the author nearly committed suicide before realizing that he had the power to undo the negative effects of mind dialog

      Indeed healthy coping methods are best for long term results. I like your coaching theme because to achieve peace of mind, joy and love is priceless

      1. Thank you for sharing!

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