On episode 275 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews ICU nurse and certified Life and Recovery Coach Tiffany Swedeen, RN, BSN, CPC, CPRC of RecoverandRise.com. We’re all recovering from something, and Tiffany’s story of rising above job burnout and a substance use disorder to then help other nurses do the same will inspire you to rise into your true passion and best possible life.
Tiffany is a Registered Nurse and Certified Life and Recovery Coach, working in a medical ICU and as a clinical instructor. A survivor of job burnout and substance use disorder, she passionately advocates for nurses to embrace self-care. Tiffany is a mom, writer, meditator, and VW van road-tripper. She proudly lives “sober out loud”.
Highlights of this wonderful conversation:
- “We’re all recovering from something.”
- “What do recovery and sobriety mean to you?”
- “Mindfulness is the concept; meditation is the practice.”
- Mindfulness-based relapse prevention
- Alternative to discipline programs
- She Recovers
- Cassie the Wonder Dog
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I’m very privileged and grateful to announce that The Nurse Keith Show is a proud member of Ars Longa Media, a collaborative network of podcasts, media entities, musical artists, and others with an aim to add a humanistic touch to professional education, educate the public from a scientifically informed perspective, and improve lives by strategically partnering with those who share our goals to address social ills, especially the stigmatization of mental illness and the rising epidemic of substance use disorders.
This episode of The Nurse Keith Show is sponsored by the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS), where they foster a collaborative environment built on a culture of teamwork and mutual respect. Their nurses take pride in caring for their patients and celebrating each other’s contributions, and they recognize and reward their dedication to patient-centered care. Please visit UMMSCareers.org to discover how you can be part of something greater.