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Are you still struggling with a patient’s death well after it’s happened? Develop the Mental Tools to Cope with the Loss of a Patient. Use the power of your mind to heal and move forward


Develop the Mental Tools to Cope with the Loss of a Patient

Use the power of your mind to heal and move forward

Loss of a Patient

Are you still struggling with a patient's death well after it's happened?

Do you find this happens to you again and again?

Losing a patient is never easy, but sometimes it can feel impossible. If you're struggling with self-blame, grieving from a personal loss, or even if you don't understand your feelings, your quality of life and work can suffer.

When you have to keep going and attend to more people in need, it can be even harder to find the time and space to process your feelings.

If your normal coping strategies aren't working or you need some extra help, hypnosis can help you find a way to move forward.

Processing grief

Death may be a part of your job, but that doesn't mean you'll always handle it without issue. No matter how experienced you are, you can never be completely detached from your patients, and of course this isn't even desirable.

Even when you know that not every patient can be saved, a death can be hard to emotionally accept. That can be especially true if several patients have died recently, you feel burnt out from long hours, or other areas of your life are difficult right now.

It's only human to feel loss. Trying to tamp down your feelings isn't healthy – and it doesn't work. When your feelings bubble up and affect you, it's your mind trying to tell you something. Instead of trying to shut it down, taking steps to listen will help much more deeply.

How hypnosis can help

Cope with the Loss of a Patient is an audio hypnosis session that will help you balance the self-care you need with your professional responsibilities. The deeply relaxing aspect of hypnosis will allow you the time and space to process your feelings and move past them. The psychological approaches in the session will help you come to a place from where you can see things differently.

As you relax and listen repeatedly to your session, you'll notice that you:

  • Can find and take time to heal
  • Begin to process your feelings
  • Find ways to see from new perspectives
  • Can move on from the death of your patient.

Download Cope with the Loss of a Patient now and start getting better. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app, which you can access when you have completed your purchase.

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