Posted: April 26, 2022Tags: partner spoolight, nurses, new moms, guided imagery
Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a non-profit community health organization that partners specially trained nurses with high-risk young women who are pregnant for the first time. Starting early in pregnancy and continuing until the child is two years old, the nurses visit regularly to coach participants in all the basics of becoming and being a great parent – everything from getting prenatal care, learning to breastfeed, and choosing a car seat to finding housing assistance and job training.
Posted: April 12, 2022Categories: Update from Health Journeys
One of the things people love about the N.O.W. Tone Therapy System is that it drops them into a deep, restorative meditative state in just three minutes. But it’s also something people have complained about to us. They question why the listening period has to be so brief, and tell us they’d rather stay where they are, because it’s such a rewarding state to dip into.
Posted: April 06, 2022Tags: veterans, ptsd, partner spotlight, military, healing
Dr. Debbie Hutchinson’s husband spent his time in the military as an Army Ranger, 82nnd Airborne and Long-Range Surveillance Detachment (LRSD) – a team that was repeatedly sent out to gather information by hiding deep within enemy territory for days at a time. The experience left him struggling to recover from posttraumatic stress, a journey that eventually led Dr. Hutchinson to found Turning Tides LLC, a family-owned organization that helps people heal from addiction, brain injuries, and emotional trauma.
Posted: March 31, 2022
Nursing is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world – but it’s also one of the most demanding. Nurses are under constant pressure to learn new skills, keep old ones fresh, and pass tests proving their expertise and competence.
Posted: February 14, 2022Tags: partners, partner spotlight
When Christine “Cissy” White started her recovery from a traumatic childhood, she longed for a role model who could demonstrate how an adult could have post-traumatic stress but still live, love, and parent well. So she became one. Today, White is an in-demand activist, writer, and speaker who works with trauma survivors and the people helping them heal.