Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center Houston – 2023
Healing Circles Healthcare Professional Services completed more training in 2023 with DeBakey VA. The virtual training program provided basic training and the advanced practicum in two cohorts, 29 nurses and other professionals.
Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center Houston – 2022
DeBakey VA leadership engaged Healing Circles Houston to provide virtual circle training and consultation in 2021. They began with introductory circles and a survey of nurses’ responses. In 2022, they trained 27 VA leaders who then hosted 34 circles and reached 140 nurses with positive survey results.
Kaiser Permanente of Northern California – 2023
Healing Circles Healthcare Professional Services is providing basic circle training and the advanced practicum in two cohorts in 2023. As of July 2023, the first cohort of 52 nurses and other professionals have completed the virtual program.
Jonas Philanthropies – 2021
In the peak of the pandemic, a generous Jonas Philanthropies grant provided funding to move virtual healing circle training into nine healthcare organizations and seven nursing academic centers across the country in 2021, training 82 nurses in 30 training programs.
Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago – 2023
Lurie Children’s engaged Healing Circles Healthcare Professional Services in basic circle trainings and the advanced practicum in Spring of 2023. Forty-one nurses and other healthcare professionals completed the program.
Houston Methodist Chaplains – 2021
Houston Methodist extended their healing circle reach to 37 spiritual care professionals in virtual sessions in 2021.
Houston Methodist – 2019
Houston Methodist engaged with Healing Circles Houston in 2019 to provide in-person healing circle training.
Nurses + other professionals trained
Healing circle training hours completed