The HeartSync Compassionate Care Project

The Mission: To Help 10,000 Stressed-Out, Overwhelmed, Overworked, and About to Burn Out Nurses and Caregivers...  Recover From Secondary Traumatic Stress, Rebuild Resilience, and Restore Their Compassionate Connection in Personal and Professional Relationships. 

If, like us, you believe it's time to put an end to the unhealthy habit of caring for others at the expense of your physical and mental health and learn the art of creating a balance between caring for others and caring for yourself....


HeartSync H.A.B.I.T.  Mastery Is Our Solution

Relieve Stress, Reset Your Emotions, Restore and Maintain Physiological Balance and Create a New Habit  in 21 Days


 A Perfect Storm Is Brewing 

Making a difference is what drives a nurse. Empathy, compassion, and kindness are three qualities patients often use to describe the qualities they look for in a nurse.

The COVID crisis has robbed many nurses and caregivers of those qualities and replaced them with fear and anxiety, frustration, and exhaustion. Many have been repeatedly traumatized by the extreme conditions they have been forced to work in and endure.

There's a perfect storm brewing inside healthcare. Ask any nurse. Many nurses today are struggling because they don't feel empathetic, kind, and compassionate but rather mentally and physically exhausted, overworked, and overwhelmed, disconnected from their patients, their loved ones, and especially from themselves. Many express they are feeling sad and guilty because they've lost their passion for nursing and feel like giving up and walking away from a profession they used to love.

Nearly 1 in 5 healthcare workers have quit their jobs since the COVID epidemic began. Most were nurses.  

Staffing shortages, heavy workloads, long hours, and changing regulatory requirements, and overwhelming paperwork were just a few of the demands that challenged  nurses, added stress and pressure to their job, and lead to job dissatisfaction, compassion fatigue, burnout long before the COVID epidemic.  Those conditions have been magnified since the epidemic.    

Are You At Risk For Compassion Fatigue or Burnout?

Compassion fatigue is a unique form of burnout that affects individuals in the caring professions. It's defined as a secondary traumatic stress reaction which results from helping others or the desire to help others suffering from traumatic events.

Symptoms are nearly identical to PTSD and include anxiety and persistent arousal, difficulty falling or staying asleep, irritability or outbursts of anger, and a reduced capacity for or interest in being empathetic towards the suffering of others.

Compassion Fatigue has a sudden onset verses burnout which has a gradual onset but similar symptoms. Compassion Fatigue results from witnessing another's traumatic events while burnout is a result from dissatisfaction working conditions.  Both result in a nurses sense of emotional/physical exhaustion and can occur simultaneously.

Does This Sound Like You?

•  82% of nurses recently surveyed identified overwhelming workplace stress as their #1 health and safety risk

• 60% report working through their breaks, staying late/coming in early to complete their work

• More than 50% report their usual scheduled shift is 10+ hours or longer

• Up to 50% have been bullied in some manner at work

 • More than 50% report experiencing musculoskeletal pain at work

• Almost 25% have been physically assaulted at work

• More than 18% have been diagnosed with depression compared to the national prevalence of 9%

• 37% are experiencing burnout and have considered leaving the profession altogether


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