By Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, CWP, ACC, NBC–HWC November 7, 2017

Integrative Health Studies recently hosted a multidisciplinary healing circle. This educational round-table, in which a volunteer client shares her health history and concerns with various practitioners, offers the client and students a chance to learn how different modalities would approach healing. The session was attended by graduate students in the program, prospective students, and the CIIS professional community.

We extend huge thanks to our volunteer client (whose name is private), and to this year's team of practitioners: Carla Wilson, DAOM, PhD, Lac, practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine; Victoria Vogel, MFT, practitioner of neurofeedback; Gisele Fernandes, MFT, practitioner of integral psychotherapy; Rick McKinney, MD, practitioner of integrative medicine; Natalie Metz, ND, practitioner of naturopathic medicine and faculty in our program; Katharine Weiser, MD, practitioner of shamanic healing arts; and Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, NBC-HWC, facilitator, practitioner of clinical medical anthropology, and our program's chair.

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