What I Believe in
Combining my training with experiences as an occupational therapist and a nurse (Body), psychiatric nurse practitioner (Mind), and a devoted follower of Christ (Spirit), I passionately believe in using a whole-body approach to health and healing. I understand the challenges that people encounter when facing a battle with mental health issues. I believe far more is often learned from adversities, and that wisdom comes from the heart in the fire of our troubles. I also trust God's purpose in using my gift for good, guiding others in need of assistance. I realize the battle is different for all individuals, but also have a clear understanding through my experiences, a passion for integrating psychiatry, holistic health and spiritual truth in helping others transform their lives. My goal and calling is to help others find their freedom.
How is my approach different?
I don't believe in a "one-size fits all" treatment plan for my patients. I believe in creating individualized treatment plans using fundamental health guidelines and approaches.
Using a fragmented approach often leads to poor patient outcomes with limited ability in reaching optimal goals or recovery. Each system is carefully interwoven and connected therefore it is essential we assess and look at treating the whole person.
I help guide my patients to empower, elevate and embrace their inner wisdom and intuitive nature.
By treating the mind, body, and spirit, we are better able to reach a place of harmony by addressing and preventing symptoms using a whole-body approach and process to healing.
And when Jesus heard it, he said to them, ‘Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I came not to call the righteous, but sinners.
Often times we see when we are physically ill, however we sometimes fail to notice when we are spiritually ill. Jesus came to help those who lacked spiritual awareness.
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