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Reid Olson
Spiritual Care
Recorded: Nov 16, 2020 at 01:30 pm EST
Audience: All Employees Content: Personal Growth What emotion are you feeling right now? We frequently are not fully aware of our emotions and how they are affecting us at any given time. Paying attention to our feelings and the place where our cognition and emotion meet can facilitate increased capacity for empathy, reasoning, stress management, communication, and our ability to navigate a wide variety of social situations and conflicts, including leading to a deeper understanding of what may be bothering us. In this class, we will explore emotional awareness and how it can be a deep source of resiliency and self-awareness, and how it can flow out to support others.
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Diane is a Nationally Board certified Health and Wellness Coach, has completed training through Wellcoaches and she has also completed Therapeutic Coach training through the Meta Institute. She brings 14 years of nursing experience including positions in the Emergency Room, Endoscopy and Hospice to her work as a Wellness Coach. This combination of compassionate nursing alongside intuitive coaching enables clients to take an active role in their health and receive meaningful support and accountability to become who they want to be. Special interests include creativity, the role of spirituality in health and assisting caregivers with their own self-care. Diane has also completed a Holistic Cancer and Coaching program. In addition, she is collaborating on a pilot study to provide Wellness Coaching to patients at the Woodbury Penny George Institute for Health and Healing Clinic.
I am a board-certified physician specializing in infectious disease and medical director of infectious control. My professional interests include infection in the returning traveler, HIV and zoonotic infections. Voted Top Doctor for Women, Minnesota Monthly Magazine, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014. Hometown: Glyndon, MN Best part of my work: Getting to know patients and seeing them through their illness and recovery. Why I became a physician: Being an infectious disease doctor is like being a detective. It is a challenge to figure out and solve people's infections. What I tell my friends and family: Wash your hands and cover your cough. Get vaccinated. How I spend my free time: I have 3 grandchildren. I love to cook, drink coffee and sip wine with friends and family. What patients say about me: I spend time with my patients. Favorite health tip: Enjoy life and spend time with the people who are important to you. Practice philosophy: Listen to the patient.
Mark is a board certified Clinical Pastoral Educator, hospital chaplain and ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. He received his master of divinity degree from Chicago Theological Seminary while he trained as a chaplain at the University of Chicago Medical Center. Mark is strongly rooted in a holistic philosophy of health and believes that attending to the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of our being can enhance the quality of our lives. He loves to be part of others transformational learning and growth.