Terra Firma For Nurses
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Education Credit and Feel
Better with Our Online
Stress Release Course.
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With the Stress Release Course for Nurses, learn how to prevent stress and master techniques to sleep better, decrease anxiety, lower blood pressure, increase energy, think clearly, and feel better in all stressful environments by strengthening your resilience. Plus FREE access to the unique Terra Firma App for 6 months. You will have access to experienced Nurse coaches who will answer your questions and provide weekly webinars on essential topics.
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Stress Release Course
Stress Release Course*
Terra Firma’s Stress Release Course is a multi-faceted, evidence-based approach for nurses to fully understand the actual causes of stress, change thinking about stress-producing circumstances, develop strategies for establishing more positive reactions to stress and, ultimately, support successful long-term professional and personal resilience. The course is entirely online, emphasizes current best practices and tools to support successful stress management and offers interactive components with technical and content support. You earn 15 contact hours of CNE and also amass lifelong stress mastery skills!
*This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Arizona Nurses Association an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Commission on Accreditation. To receive certification of completion of 15 contact hours of Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Credit, the participant must complete Pre-test, all Lesson Assessments/ Evaluations, Post-test and the Final Course Evaluation online.
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The Experts Behind Terra Firma
Michael Olpin, PhD
Michael has spent more than 30 years developing and teaching the Stress Release system that strengthens resilience needed in professional and personal environments to achieve lifelong stress mastery and be permanently in control and thriving.
Dr. Olpin is Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Performance and Director of the Stress Relief Center at Weber State University (UT). He is co-author of the textbook, Stress Management for Life: A Research-Based Experiential Approach (2021; 5th Edition) used at over 60 universities in the US and Canada.
- PhD, Health Education Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
- MS, Health Sciences and BS, Psychology, Brigham Young University
- AA, Business Management Utah Valley Community College
Liz Close, PhD, RN
Liz has 40 years of nursing education leadership and faculty experience in
public university systems offering undergraduate and graduate nursing education programs and is Professor Emerita at Sonoma State University (CA).
Dr. Close served as Nurse Expert Consultant (2010- 2019) for the Center to Champion Nursing in America to implement the 2010 Future of Nursing Report recommendations nationwide, led California statewide ADN to BSN academic progression efforts, and has been Executive Director of the Utah Nurses Association since 2018.
- PhD, Sociology
MS, Nursing and BS, Nursing, University of California, San Francisco
- BS, Child Development, University of California, Davis
Greg Waddoups, PhD
Greg is a leader in the development of innovative educational programs with 25 years of experience in building and customizing online
learning environments for individuals. higher education and business.
Dr. Waddoups is CEO/Founder of Trainicity, a company that creates online education and training in areas such as compliance, leadership, change management, and new processes/ initiatives. Trainicity has worked in healthcare, higher education, banking, consulting, utilities, and more.
- PhD, Educational Psychology and MA, Speech Communication University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- BA, Communication Studies, University of Utah