So here is my question: I've only been an RN for 2 years (ER) but am burnt out on the allopathic/hospital approach to health. I am ready to go back for my Master's Degree but am unsure which would be best to incorporate other healing modalities (I'm in a 3-year long energy healing school). Some people say psych-mental health because it gives you the ability to practice psychotherapy, but then there are also the Holistic NP programs....or just regular NP programs and you can get your AHNA certification....I don't know which route to go. Any suggestions?
Jun 10, '11
You might be interested in visiting the website for the American Holistic Nurses' Certification Corporation. You will find information about requirements for certification such as type of school, etc. If interested, visit ahncc.org
Sep 12, '11
Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton has a Holistic MSN track. Their nursing school philosophy is based on Jean Watson's theory of caring.
May 7, '16
What did you end up doing? I wondering the same as you were.
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