By Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, CWP, ACC, NBC–HWC April 20, 2018
On April 26 and May 3, 2018, the graduating students in the Integrative Health Studies program presented their capstone theses, projects, and workshops.
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 reflect a lasting transformation and a service commitment.
Here are our graduates and their topics.
Michael Craigen. Adolescence and the Internet: A Way Forward
Mark Derks. Integrative Health, Sustainable Health Care, and Sustainable Societies: Connecting the Dots
Sarah DeVincenzi. Healing Through Relationship: Peer-Based Health Coaching for Registered Nurses
Kevonya Elzia. A Call to Heal: Addressing America's Soul Wound
Amy Flaherty. NeuroWell at Work: Addressing Stress, Mental Health and Optimal Performance
Devin Hexner. The Quest for a Unified Theory: Synthesizing Behavior Change, Goal Attainment, and Self Actualization
Laura Katz. Family Caregiver Support: An Eight-Week Group Curriculum
Christine Leonard. Creative Health Explorations: A Program to Support Teacher Wellbeing
Meckell Milburn. Revolution of the People: From Health to Healing
Ana Fabiola Peñuelas. Healing Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Through Holistic Health Practices
Marissa Poulin. Self-Confidence Through Self-Care: A Six-Week Group Coaching Program for Women with ADHD
Alyssa Tennant. The Heroine's Journey: A Path to Integrating the Feminine Individually and Collectively
Valerie Tookes. Love Yourself Well: A Feminine-Based Approach to Wellness Assessment