What’s the best way to create long-term change for patients? In Class’ talk she shares some of the secrets she has learned in helping patients make recommended shifts and continue on their health journey for long periods of time. Class shares that these changes don’t only require shifts from the patient but also from the facilitator to fully engage and motivate the patients.
Originally aired May 24, 2018
Monique Class, MS, APRN, FNP-BC is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner and a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Holistic Health at the Center for Functional Medicine in Stamford, CT. In addition to her role as a Nurse Practitioner at The Center, Class leads meditation, detoxification, and mind-body skills groups; utilizes imagery techniques with private clients; consults with clients on herbal and natural remedies for a variety of health issues; and performs routine gynecological exams and procedures.
Recognized as a leader in the fields of integrative healthcare and holistic nursing, Class is a senior faculty member for The Institute for Functional Medicine, a clinical instructor for Yale Graduate School of Nursing, a senior faculty member of the Center for Mind/Body Medicine in Washington, D.C., and a faculty member for the Integrative Nurse Coach Certification program.