By Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, CWP, ACC, NBC–HWC May 20, 2019

On May 6 and May 13, 2019, the graduating students in the Integrative Health Studies program presented their capstone MA theses.

We are proud of the work the students did, which reflects the breadth and depth of their interests, as well as the richness of our curriculum. Each presentation reflected a lasting transformation and a service commitment.

Here are the names of our graduates and their topics.

Maite Alvarez Ten Health Coaching Interventions for Chronic Conditions

Julia Baschiera A Health Coaching Series for Individuals with OCD During the Integration of Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy

Molly Cumming Feeding the Elderly: Food Insecurity Among Older Adults

Wendy Daray Integrative Self-Care for Women with Pelvic Pain: Mindfulness, Massage, and Movement

Noah Gray Enneagram Coaching for Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Talia Hinman Transformative Imagery: Efficacy of Guided Imagery for Chronic Lyme Disease

Wendy Hopper Mindfulness-Based Relationship Coaching for Increasing Intimacy and Relationship Satisfaction in Couples

Angela Keller Emotional Freedom Techniques: An Alternative Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatment Approach for Modern-Day Warriors

Lauren Kiraly Understanding the Burnout Experience: Exploring the Mechanisms for Long-Term Behavior Change and Implications for Burnout Interventions

Karen Kurtz A Contemporary Age-Acceptance Mindset Strategy to Increase Subjective State of Belonging

Zara Louy Using the Linguistic Analysis of Social Media to Capture the Complexity and Dynamism of Chronic Pain

Meaghan O'Herron Dissolving the Ego: A Narrative Coaching Intervention for Young Adult Females Who Suffer from Depression and Anxiety

Sakura Okamura Sustainability at Equilibrium: Integrative Learning for Optimal Use of Medicinal Plants

Monika Reynolds Yoga for Increased Quality of Life Among Seniors with Chronic Conditions

Elaine Santos Imagery as Self-Care: How Interactive Guided Imagery Mitigates Compassion Fatigue Among Mental Health Practitioners

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