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This posting is dedicated in loving memory of Helen’s Dad, Joseph Wells, who died on February 25, 2009. Helen Wells O’Brien has a unique opportunity as a healer. Since 1998, she has worked as a chaplain for Regions Hospital and Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul, Minnesota. She sojourns with families from all different […]

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Labyrinths have been a presence throughout Connie Fenty’s life. As a child she was drawn to trace her way through mazes appearing in activity books. Later, her curiosity was sparked by a picture of Rev. Lauren Artress surrounded by a labyrinth on the floor of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. As an adult, this passion […]

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As a clinical nurse specialist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, Barb Schroeder has an innovative perspective on healing. She believes nursing is about nurturing the mind, body, and spirit of patients. To do this, Barb infuses her environment with beautiful, heart-felt posters of healing, support, and hope. An example of this is a […]

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There are a number of reoccurring themes running through the stories in “Women as Healers” and one of those is the duality of the human spirit. This motif is clearly expressed in the personality of Jean Morrison. As the founding partner of RESOLVE, a consulting firm providing conflict management, and a self confessed workaholic, Jean […]

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