About Diane

About Diane

Although I literally help put people back together working 23 years in emergency rooms across the country, my passion has always been to help people breakthrough before they break down. I have been involved in the health and fitness field for over 30 years as a life coach and fitness instructor teaching everything from kick-boxing and weight management to risk factor modification and cycling.

When I left the emergency room, I wanted to help healthcare providers, especially nurses take care of themselves. My first book, STOP Living Life Like an EMERGENCY! Rescue Strategies for the Overworked and Overwhelmed, was a huge success and led me to speak to thousands of healthcare providers at national conferences, association meetings, and individual hospitals.

Being a recovering adrenaline junkie myself, I found the practice of mindfulness and yoga to be healing for me during a painful divorce and wanted to bring it to healthcare. I wrote my second book, 30 Days to Grace; A Daily Practice to Achieve Your Ultimate Goals, and created the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge.

Today, as a speaker, author, life coach, nurse, and yoga teacher, I bring resilience skills to healthcare organizations in a variety of ways with The Resilience Academy, speaking, keynotes half-day or full-day seminars, Resilience Challenges, national and international leadership and resilience retreats, virtual experiences, and coaching.

I live in beautiful Denver, Colorado with my beloved partner, Neil, and golden retriever, Gabriel where we all enjoy hiking, biking, gardening, snowshoeing, and our beautiful grandchildren!



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Work With Diane

Resilience Academy

The Resilience Academy is a comprehensive program that uniquely equips healthcare providers with the tools necessary to create resilient cultures in their departments and organizations.


Diane is passionate about bringing resilience to organizations with keynotes, half or full day sessions, The Resilience Academy, Resilience Challenges, coaching, and retreats.

Virtual Experiences

The challenges in healthcare today require resilience but do not always allow for in-person programming. Virtual experiences offer staff and leadership skills to build resilience and adapt to change.