Pamela Katz Ressler, RN, BSN, HN-BC
Founder and President
Pam is an honors graduate of the University of Michigan
School of Nursing and has received advanced certification in holistic nursing. She is a frequent speaker to local, national
and international audiences, and was recently featured in RN Magazine. Along with her speaking and consulting practice, Pam
is an adjunct faculty member of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts/Boston; lecturing
on topics of stress resiliency. Her nursing practice has included experience in hospital, outpatient and school settings.
She has received additional training in mind/body medicine through the Mind/Body Medical Institute, affiliated with Harvard
Medical School in Boston, MA. In addition, she has completed a professional training and internship program in Mindfulness-Based
Stress Reduction (MBSR) through the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society, affiliated with the University
of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, MA.
Pam currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Integrative
Medicine Alliance and has been a co-coordinator of the Healing Arts Team of MassGeneral Hospital for Children, as well a member
of the Pediatric Family Advisory Committee of the MassGeneral Hospital for Children. Currently, she serves as an adjunct faculty
member at the University of Massachusetts/Boston, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, teaching stress management skills
to undergraduate students.
Pam's professional memberships include: Sigma Theta Tau: International Honor Society
for Nursing Leadership and Research; American Holistic Nurses' Association; Society for Arts in Healthcare, American Nurses
Association, Massachusetts Association for Registered Nurses, Integrative Medicine Alliance and the
Society for Participatory Medicine. Pam is a member of the National Speakers Association, Concord Massachusetts Chamber
Her areas of interest include: accessibility of stress reduction classes to the general public, workplace
stress reduction, skills training in stress reduction for health care providers, coping strategies and stress reduction for
those with chronic, life-threatening illnesses, stress resiliency skills for caregivers, and gentle yoga and meditation in
stress reduction and relaxation and use of technology to increase communication between providers and patients.