nurses inspire nurses support calls

Need someone to talk to after a long shift?


Need a safe place to say what you really feel? 


Need to take action but unsure what to do? 


Want to feel better? 


Nurses Inspire Nurses is now offering Support Calls.


A sixty minute safe place to express what’s on your heart and mind and help get clarity and resolution on a small action you can take to feel better. 


what's included?

Each support call is conducted via Zoom and is 60 minutes long. Prior to your call, you will receive a worksheet to download that will be used to help provide you with action steps to take after your call. 


You will also receive access to text messaging to follow-up after your first call. 


Please note all text messages are during normal business hours and we will respond within 24 hours! This is not an emergency line but a great way to get answers on follow-up questions. 


Your first 60 minute call is $149 and any additional calls after your initial call will be $97.


who's my support call with?

Each support call will be led by Lauren Wertz, MSW.


Lauren is a social worker and the Director of Programs here at Nurses Inspire Nurses!


She has her masters degree in social work and has worked in the field for 12+ years. She's a Trauma Sensitive Heartmath Certified Practitioner. She is dedicated to helping others and ensuring that those who are in helping professions take care of themselves. 


She has helped hundreds of nurses over the last two years working for Nurses Inspire Nurses and she absolutely can’t wait to connect with you. Lauren is nicknamed the “Boundary Queen” here at Nurses Inspire Nurses because she is a master at helping people set and stick to boundaries (and we all could use a little more of that)!


Is this therapy?

This is not therapy. Nurses Inspire Nurses exists to support nurses as humans first, nurses second. We know what you’ve been facing through this pandemic and this is an opportunity to connect with Lauren to get support. We are here for you!

I am in a state of emergency, is a support call for me? 

No. We recommend you contact your doctor or therapist immediately. If you are having thoughts of suicide or hurting yourself please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-8255.

What if I want ongoing support?

How do I schedule a call? 

I have additional questions, who can I reach out to?

Who is my call with?

Lauren, our Director of Programs. 

We recognize that you may be in a state of crisis. If you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or suicide please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-8255.