LNCtips.com Newsletter - April 28, 2015

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Cognitive Reframing for LNCs
I'm not a psychologist, and I have no experience in psychiatric nursing.  However, I'm a big believer in cognitive reframing because I know the power it holds in my daily work life.  Cognitive reframing is a psychological technique that identifies maladaptive thoughts and then changes the perspective so that our thoughts are more positive and powerful.  I have met and worked with many new legal nurse consultants who seem defeated before they even get started in the field.  They're frustrated because they can't get any cases.  They're resentful because they've invested time and money into a new field.  They're discouraged because they feel they don't have enough support.  However, these negative thoughts can be transformed into positive ones when they're reframed. Let me show you some real-life examples of maladaptive thoughts related to legal nurse consulting and examples of reframed thoughts.  Read More
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Regarding Documented but Not Done: Thanks for putting down so succinctly what is really important. 

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