Creating Healing Relationships with Dr. Janet Quinn
Most of us have experienced the pain of seeing a loved one hospitalized or ill; many of us have faced life-altering health conditions ourselves. When we go through these painful experiences, we often ask ourselves, "What can I do to promote healing in this situation?"
Dr. Janet Quinn is a spiritual guide, nurse, and author who has dedicated her life to answering this question. She has dedicated over 35 years to the teaching, research and practice of whole person healing. She is committed to the creation of a true caring and healing health care system, and believes that the cultivation of authentic spirituality and a life grounded in love and compassion are key elements of healing for health care practitioners and the people they serve.
Watch this video interview with Janet to learn how to create healing relationships and environments for ourselves and our loved ones, the difference between 'healing' and 'curing,' and how spirituality can help us when we're sick.
About Janet Quinn:
Dr. Janet F. Quinn is an InterSpiritual spiritual guide in private practice; Founder/Director of the Touching Body, Tending SoulTM program; founding faculty and Spiritual Director in Residence of the former Claritas Institute Interspiritual Mentor Training Program; Director of HaelanWorks; Associate Professor (adjunct) at the University of Colorado School of Nursing and an elected fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. She is an international speaker and consultant in Re-Visioning the Nursing Shortage; Creating Habitats for Healing; Spirituality and Healing; Integrative Medicine/Nursing; Therapeutic Touch, Healing, Health Professional Sustainability and Healthcare as Spiritual Practice. Janet is the author of a book of affirmations and meditations for women entitled I Am A Woman Finding My Voice.
She is also a passionate horsewoman and can often be found hanging out at the barn with her equine friends exploring the healing potential in the horse-human relationship.
You can visit her site here: www.JanetQuinn.com.