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Author, Speaker, Health Coach Fit for Service Wellness
Are you fit for service? Is your reserve low?
Pam Nelson, RN, MS, PhD
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex, TX 75025
Rated: Rated 5 Stars by 2 Organizations
Rated 5 Stars by 2 Organizations

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Fit for Services Wellness provides health coaching and personal development for leaders. Too often entrepreneurs, leaders, volunteers, caregivers and first responders give of themselves as part of their roles that they are not able to care for themselves.

Fit for Services Wellness puts the focus back on YOU! We want you to be able to have the wherewithal to meet the demands of your roles. As a RN in the oncology setting for many years, I understand firsthand about compassion and giving of yourself. Then, as an entrepreneur I realized that I still gave more to others than I did to renew myself.

Programs available are:

  • Stress Management

  • Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

  • Personal Development

  • Smoking Cessation

  • Weight Management

    Program Benefits

  • Weekly coaching sessions

  • personalized plans and workbooks

  • daily inspirational messages

  • text message reminders

  • group and individual sessions

  • programs can be tailored to reach a broad audience

  • Ideal clients

  • Hospitals

  • Hospice

  • Leadership Training

  • Schools

  • Case Management Services

  • First Responders (fire, police, social services)

    Continuing Education Credits and certificates available for groups with 2 or more-hour session. Is Compassion Fatigue?

    Compassion Fatigue occurs when we help people through a traumatic or life threatening event without paying attention to our own physical and emotional needs. Compassion Fatigue is recognized as a form of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as ICD 10 F43-12.

    Fit for Service program for Compassion Fatigue awareness is a comprehensive program that is presented to healthcare workers, chaplains, policeman and other crisis responders. 

    Compassion Fatigue can be manifested in as a series of symptoms that are demonstrated physically, psychosocially and work related actions.

    Physical symptoms are often presented with:

    * Headaches

    * Digestive problems

    * Cardiac problems

    * Fatigue

    * Sleep problems

    * Loss of strength

    * Accidents

    Compassion Fatigue may be manifested psychosocially by the following signs:

    * Emotional responses of sadness, anger, apathy, mood swings, irritability, depression and anxiety

    * Lack of attention to detail, difficulty concentrating

    * Feeling of isolation or indifference or loss of enjoyment in activities that usually found pleasure

    Compassion Fatigue may also affect the work place. The effects of Compassion Fatigue may be exhibited through the following:

    * Absenteeism

    * Expressing a desire to quit

    * Being late frequently

    * Avoiding intense situations

    * Decline in performance

    * Errors

    * Complaints about administration

    * Substance abuse

    * Poor self-care

    * Compulsive behaviors (overspending, over eating, gambling, sexual addictions)

    * Legal problems, indebtedness