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Community Coaching with Meg Jordan, PhD, RN

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2018
Community coaching is about being culturally competent; they help us understand and respect other peoples' beliefs and standards. Integrative wellness coaching is a central part of wellness. Learning how to be an ally though social belonging and meaning a purpose of integrative wellness coaching. Healing circles are reviewed.

Components of Care with Doug Boyd

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2018
Caring for someone can be active, supporting, being present. It is hard to give what you don’t have. Compassion, attentiveness, respect and empathy are an acronym: CARE. True care is like the sun, it radiates unconditionally.

Conscious Nutrition with Geoffrey Marx

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Conscious nutrition relates to the relationship we have with food and includes its growth, harvesting, preparation, and consumption. It is more than about how it is assimilated by the body. It also includes social factors that encourage community.        

Death and Dying with Phillip Scott

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Life is a cycle and is natural. Doctors who have not come to terms with their own mortality cannot give good advice on dying. Working with physicians, families, spiritual leaders, and patients is very important. Making decisions about possible treatment can be challenging when patients are dying. How much treatment and what kinds are appropriate? Every situation...

Honoring the Tribe with Phillip Scott

submitted by: admin on 09/24/2013
Any one or thing that has passed on from the earth or is yet to come is an ancestor. "All my relations" pays tribute to the fact that the breath of life was breathed into everything. Humans are the last to be created and have the most to learn. There are nations of plants and animals and humans...everything is honored in the Native Americal way. Our...

Nurse Burnout and Patient Welfare

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
  In a global study of 100,000 nurses it was found that nurse burnout is widespread. How well nurses fare in their work is a barometer of how well patients are faring. Many RNs lacked confidence that patients could manage their care after discharge. Too many patients and nurse-physician relationships were major issues. What is needed is a reasonable...

Philosophy of Healing with Wes Rocki, MD, PhD

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2018
Medical training tends to pay more attention to diseases than to human beings. The journey through the healing arts is thorugh spiritual growth and the practice of healing is the practice of psychospiritual growth. Developing and nurturing our intuition is one of the most important aspects of a true healer. There is an equal partnership between the patient and...

The Components of C.A.R.E. with Doug Boyd

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2018
"C.A.R.E." is an acronym for providing optimal health care to make patients more empowered and less victimized that stands for: compassion, attentiveness, respect, and empathy. Doug describes what this means with wonderful examples.

The Doctor-Patient Relationship with Emmett Miller, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
  Dr. Miller explains that without respect for patients you cannot be a healer. This respect needs to be addressed in medical school and applied to students as well. Listening and caring are indispensible ingredients for everyone.          

The Philosophy of Healing with Wes Rocki, MD, PhD

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2018
Healing is much deeper than treating symptoms. Respecting nature and interfering only when necessary is a real talent as a healer. Physician heal thyself is essential to be able to help others. As the healer heals patients, the healer heals. Intuition and inner vision must be integrated into the return to wholeness.