Integrated Pathways to Healing
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction in Chicago
Integrated Pathways to Healing is owned and operated by holistic nurse and mind-body specialist, Betsy Murphy. Betsy’s professional vision and intention is to integrate eastern and western knowledge and modalities to create optimal wellness and health. An educator in the field of mind-body medicine, she teaches professionals, individuals, and corporations in private and class setting.
To positively affect health and well-being, mind-body medicine connects all aspects mind, body, and emotions. It’s a fundamental approach to enhance the natural healing within us through self-awareness and self-care. Integrated Pathways to Healing provides strategies that promote health and well-being, through mind-body methods including meditation, yoga therapy, relaxation, imagery, individual and group programs, and yoga therapy teacher training.
Board certified in holistic nursing since 2006, Betsy has studied and practiced yoga and meditation for many decades and has been in private practice for over 12 years. She earned a master’s degree in Mind-Body Medicine from Saybrook University, and was educated in nursing at Loyola University, Chicago. Also, she is Board Certified in holistic nursing since 2006 and a certified yoga therapist, trained by Integrative Yoga Therapy and Parayoga. She is an accredited teacher of MBSR from UMass Center for Mindfulness in Healthcare and Society.
What are all those initials?
RN: Registered Nurse, State of Illinois
MS: Master of Science, Mind-Body Medicine. Saybrook University. San Francisco, CA
HNB-BC: Holistic Nurse Baccalaureate, Board Certified
C-IAYT: Certified Yoga Therapist. International Association of Yoga Therapists
AHNA Beginnings Magazine, August 2014: Exploring Holistic Foundations for Alleviating and Understanding Compassion Fatigue.
Mindfulness for Stress Reduction in the Workplace. Improving Leadership for Health Care Professionals
Research Poster Presentation:
American Nurses Association (ANA) Quality Conference. 2014
CENTILE Conference: To Promote Resilience Empathy Compassion & Wellbeing in Health Care Professionals. October, 2015
Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, 2017
“It’s cheaper to promote health than to maintain people in sickness.”
— Florence Nightingale
“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”
“The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well.”
“Caring for others requires caring for oneself.”
— Tenzin Gyatso the 14th Dalai Lama
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