In Their Own Words: Psych Nurses' Stories

"As psychiatric-mental health nurses we often forget to tell our stories...we don’t speak up and talk about the joy of what we do often enough." - The Power of Stories: Perspectives of a Nurse and a Person with Lived Experience on Storytelling as a Therapeutic Intervention
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Sharing Their Stories
Telling stories is a powerful tool for communicating the impact psychiatric-mental health nurses have - that's why we're gathering your stories and sharing them here.
Nwachi Chigbundu's Psych Nursing Story View B.R.'s Psych Nursing Story
Monica L. Leverette Robin's Psych Nurse Story Sarah Katula Linda Oakley Jill Bormann


Stories posted here reflect the personal perspectives of the authors, not that of APNA.


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