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Dr. Johnetta Miner, PhD, NP, AHN-BC

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Dr. Johnetta Miner, PhD, NP, AHN-BC

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Healing arts practitioners and clinicians (NPs, PAs, CNSs, CNMs, CRNAs) need and want to learn more about integral nursing and how to incorporate a holistic, integrative care component into their clinical practice or entrepreneurial health & wellness business. The information shared here can be useful for self-care by a professional, healing arts practitioner, the general public and for professional education. Practitioners need to learn more than the service they provide but also the business of health and wellness and self-care Dr. Johnetta Miner, PhD, NP, AHN-BC is an experienced integrative care practitoner, entrepreneur and wellness/life business coach. These conversations will help health & wellness professionals broaden their scope of practice, expand their business, improve their health and well-being and help to connect, communicate and provide a means to collaborate with other professionals. Notes and contact links are listed on www.lifestylewellness.com. HEALth Practitioners are Holistic, Engaged, Authentic, Leaders.

Latest Episodes

HEALth Practitioner Show Episode012

HEALth Practitioner Podcasthas a revised name! Learn more aboutstressing less on upcoming tweetchat.

13 min2015 OCT 11
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HEALth Practitioner Show Episode012

Dr. Miner, NP: HP011

If spoken words have energy and the ability to heal, what about the written word(s)? Is there a potential healing power in the written narrative? Research is beginning to appear in healthcare literature that says narrative has the power to heal. In life threatening situations individuals have been known to pray. Afterwards, the individual who has been in a life threatening situation or had a near death experience, or an out-of-body experience, resulting in extreme stress or PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and later told their story in narrative form, felt they had been healed via the process of writing. History and narrative story telling (an example would be a griot) play a vital role in the healing process.The narrative can also help the reader gain a clearer picture of cultural competency, healthcare disparity and health literacy in american cultures and groups. Listen to this series of podcast on the healing power of narrative healthcare. remember to leave your questions, ...

10 min2015 MAR 5
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Dr. Miner, NP: HP011

Spirituality and Healing: Janie Owen, FNP

Joining me on this teleconference is Janie Owens, FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner). She is a believer in the power of prayer, and the importance of embracing the "heart" of nursing. Throughout life, we often find ourselves facing a life transition. It can be a career change, or a personal or family crisis. One of our patients or clients might be distraught, facing a personal challenge. We might sense or intuit that Spirit is in the experience and inviting us to a deeper place of intimacy, but we are having difficulty identifying or staying with the spiritual movements that are taking place. At those times, we recognize and acknowledge the need for a spiritual companion, someone to journey with us as we take a long, loving look at our lives. About Janie Owens, FNP Janie lives in Lexington, KY She has been a registered nurse for approximately 30 years Practicing asa Family Nurse Practitioner for 11 years Presently, she is a full time DNP student. In addition to her studies, she works i...

53 min2015 FEB 24
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Spirituality and Healing: Janie Owen, FNP

Dr. Ebun L.C. Adelona, Phd, MSN: HPP09

Ebun L. C. Adelona, PhD, is holistic nurse with a broad range of knowledge in the area of holistic health and vibrational medicine. She has worked with individuals and groups for over 30 years assisting them to achieve their wellness goals, using nutritional counseling, Bach Flower Remedies, Radionics, Reiki, Homeopathy, colon therapy, massage, yoga, rebirthing and coaching /counseling. Quantum Dynamics Transformation Breath is the mainstay of these methods. She has studiedA Course in Miracleswith Tara Singh and taught the course at the Inner Visions Institute for Spiritual Development. Ebun Laughing Crow Adelona (Eastern Tsalagi/Tuscarora)is a wise woman who honors her dual ancestral heritage; she has been trained and given permission to practice Native American ceremony, as well as traditional African ceremony and spiritual practices. She is well versed in teaching women’s mysteries and empowering women’s wisdom from the perspective of three cultures. Dr. Adelona has a Ph.D. in ...

41 min2015 JAN 22
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Dr. Ebun L.C. Adelona, Phd, MSN: HPP09

HPP08: Lee Moss, MS, ANP-C, FNP-BC, FAANP

This podcastguest is Lee Moss, MS, APRN, ANP-C, FNP-BC, CWS, FAANP. Lee is a Nurse Practitioner at the University of Utah Burn Center. He provides comprehensive treatment for all types of burn injuries, frostbite, and other acute and chronic wounds.In addition, he provides follow - up care for patients who have been recently discharged from the Burn Trauma Intense Care Unit. Lifestyle: Health Behaviors To relax and maintain sanity, he hits the trails, runs ultra marathon races and spoils his granddaughter Emily. Lee started his running “career” at a reasonable pace and distance, gradually moving up to the marathon distance of 26.2 miles and thereafter into ultra marathons.

18 min2014 DEC 23
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HPP08: Lee Moss, MS, ANP-C, FNP-BC, FAANP

HPP07: Johanna Hofmann, LcAc

About:My guest on this episode is Johanna Hofmann who is a licensed acupuncturists and Chinese herbalist. She has been in private practice since 1996. She has always been interested in health and fitness. She developed an interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1988 and decided to formally study it in 1993 – switching career paths from information technology. Johanna has a Master of Acupuncture (MAc) degree and an Herbal Certification in Chinese Herbs. In addition to acupuncture and herbs she utilizes dietary recommendations and lifestyle adjustments in her daily work and for self-care and self-development. This episode includes: The five branches of TCM Acupuncture Herbology Tuina Massage Energetics /Movement (Qigong and Tajiquan) Chinese Dietary Medicine Self-care strategies Benefits of Qi Gong, Tuina Herbs Tonics/Adaptogens Acupuncture as a treatment and prevention for specific health conditions

30 min2014 OCT 5
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HPP07: Johanna Hofmann, LcAc

HPP06: Denis Tarrant, ANP

About:On this episode of the HEALth Practitioner Podcast, I am talking with Denis Tarrant, ANP. Denis gives us an inside look at his House Call practice, as the business owner and as a clinician. We have the opportunity to hear how he started his business and became an entrepreneur, how he leads the business and also, how he makes sure he spends quality time with his family. He shares information about: Starting a house call practice The business of operating a house practice Start-up cost and overhead Manhattan House Calls His personal self-care practices Life/work balance Implications of house call practices and primary care today The impact of the NY Modernization Act and NPs in NY and nation-wide

26 min2014 SEP 30
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HPP06: Denis Tarrant, ANP

HPP05: Tiffany Martin, RN, BSN

On this episode of the HEALth Practitioner Podcast, I am talking with Tiffany Martin, RN, BSN, about incorporating yoga into her nursing practice and how she is using several integrative care modalities in her daily life for a holistic lifestyle. She tells us how she has embraced what holistic nursing really is – “a way of being”. She shares information about: Yoga training How she has Implemented yoga into her personal life and her professional life as an RN Yoga teacher training program in order to offer therapeutic yoga to clients Touch Therapy Ayurveda Holistic nursing as a specialty Life/work balance Meditation

29 min2014 SEP 4
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HPP05: Tiffany Martin, RN, BSN

HPP04: Dr. Ferrara, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP

On this episode Dr. Ferrara, Update us on his career transition and what activities he is engaged in today. Addresses the Nurse Practitioner Modernization Act and what it means for NYS Nurse Practitioners (NPs). Speaks about NPs’ membership and involvement in professional organizations Encourages Political Activism for the profession of APRNs and RNs (PAC) Dr. Stephen Ferrara, is a practicing Nurse Practitioner with over 13 years of clinical experience. He is on the Expert Panel forLifestyle Wellness Network, which connect advance practice clinicians, healing arts practitioners and patients. Integrative Tele-Health and mHealth is the focus of the Network. He is the Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at Columbia University School of Nursing and Executive Director of The Nurse Practitioner Association for New York State.

22 min2014 AUG 30
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HPP04: Dr. Ferrara, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP

HPP03: Dr. Joy Elwell, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP

On this episode of theHEALth Practitioner Podcastmy guest is Dr. Joy Elwell, DNP, FNP-BC, APRN, and FAANP. Joy is the Government Affairs Chairperson and Treasurer of The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State (The NPA-NYS). She has been a Registered Nurse (RN) for 30 years and a Nurse Practitioner (NP) for 20 years. While attending nursing school, Joy learned about Guided Imagery and utilizes this integrative care technique in her practice today. She uses both traditional allopathic and complementary, holistic care in her practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP).

17 min2014 AUG 22
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HPP03: Dr. Joy Elwell, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP

Latest Episodes

HEALth Practitioner Show Episode012

HEALth Practitioner Podcasthas a revised name! Learn more aboutstressing less on upcoming tweetchat.

13 min2015 OCT 11
Comments
HEALth Practitioner Show Episode012

Dr. Miner, NP: HP011

If spoken words have energy and the ability to heal, what about the written word(s)? Is there a potential healing power in the written narrative? Research is beginning to appear in healthcare literature that says narrative has the power to heal. In life threatening situations individuals have been known to pray. Afterwards, the individual who has been in a life threatening situation or had a near death experience, or an out-of-body experience, resulting in extreme stress or PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and later told their story in narrative form, felt they had been healed via the process of writing. History and narrative story telling (an example would be a griot) play a vital role in the healing process.The narrative can also help the reader gain a clearer picture of cultural competency, healthcare disparity and health literacy in american cultures and groups. Listen to this series of podcast on the healing power of narrative healthcare. remember to leave your questions, ...

10 min2015 MAR 5
Comments
Dr. Miner, NP: HP011

Spirituality and Healing: Janie Owen, FNP

Joining me on this teleconference is Janie Owens, FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner). She is a believer in the power of prayer, and the importance of embracing the "heart" of nursing. Throughout life, we often find ourselves facing a life transition. It can be a career change, or a personal or family crisis. One of our patients or clients might be distraught, facing a personal challenge. We might sense or intuit that Spirit is in the experience and inviting us to a deeper place of intimacy, but we are having difficulty identifying or staying with the spiritual movements that are taking place. At those times, we recognize and acknowledge the need for a spiritual companion, someone to journey with us as we take a long, loving look at our lives. About Janie Owens, FNP Janie lives in Lexington, KY She has been a registered nurse for approximately 30 years Practicing asa Family Nurse Practitioner for 11 years Presently, she is a full time DNP student. In addition to her studies, she works i...

53 min2015 FEB 24
Comments
Spirituality and Healing: Janie Owen, FNP

Dr. Ebun L.C. Adelona, Phd, MSN: HPP09

Ebun L. C. Adelona, PhD, is holistic nurse with a broad range of knowledge in the area of holistic health and vibrational medicine. She has worked with individuals and groups for over 30 years assisting them to achieve their wellness goals, using nutritional counseling, Bach Flower Remedies, Radionics, Reiki, Homeopathy, colon therapy, massage, yoga, rebirthing and coaching /counseling. Quantum Dynamics Transformation Breath is the mainstay of these methods. She has studiedA Course in Miracleswith Tara Singh and taught the course at the Inner Visions Institute for Spiritual Development. Ebun Laughing Crow Adelona (Eastern Tsalagi/Tuscarora)is a wise woman who honors her dual ancestral heritage; she has been trained and given permission to practice Native American ceremony, as well as traditional African ceremony and spiritual practices. She is well versed in teaching women’s mysteries and empowering women’s wisdom from the perspective of three cultures. Dr. Adelona has a Ph.D. in ...

41 min2015 JAN 22
Comments
Dr. Ebun L.C. Adelona, Phd, MSN: HPP09

HPP08: Lee Moss, MS, ANP-C, FNP-BC, FAANP

This podcastguest is Lee Moss, MS, APRN, ANP-C, FNP-BC, CWS, FAANP. Lee is a Nurse Practitioner at the University of Utah Burn Center. He provides comprehensive treatment for all types of burn injuries, frostbite, and other acute and chronic wounds.In addition, he provides follow - up care for patients who have been recently discharged from the Burn Trauma Intense Care Unit. Lifestyle: Health Behaviors To relax and maintain sanity, he hits the trails, runs ultra marathon races and spoils his granddaughter Emily. Lee started his running “career” at a reasonable pace and distance, gradually moving up to the marathon distance of 26.2 miles and thereafter into ultra marathons.

18 min2014 DEC 23
Comments
HPP08: Lee Moss, MS, ANP-C, FNP-BC, FAANP

HPP07: Johanna Hofmann, LcAc

About:My guest on this episode is Johanna Hofmann who is a licensed acupuncturists and Chinese herbalist. She has been in private practice since 1996. She has always been interested in health and fitness. She developed an interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1988 and decided to formally study it in 1993 – switching career paths from information technology. Johanna has a Master of Acupuncture (MAc) degree and an Herbal Certification in Chinese Herbs. In addition to acupuncture and herbs she utilizes dietary recommendations and lifestyle adjustments in her daily work and for self-care and self-development. This episode includes: The five branches of TCM Acupuncture Herbology Tuina Massage Energetics /Movement (Qigong and Tajiquan) Chinese Dietary Medicine Self-care strategies Benefits of Qi Gong, Tuina Herbs Tonics/Adaptogens Acupuncture as a treatment and prevention for specific health conditions

30 min2014 OCT 5
Comments
HPP07: Johanna Hofmann, LcAc

HPP06: Denis Tarrant, ANP

About:On this episode of the HEALth Practitioner Podcast, I am talking with Denis Tarrant, ANP. Denis gives us an inside look at his House Call practice, as the business owner and as a clinician. We have the opportunity to hear how he started his business and became an entrepreneur, how he leads the business and also, how he makes sure he spends quality time with his family. He shares information about: Starting a house call practice The business of operating a house practice Start-up cost and overhead Manhattan House Calls His personal self-care practices Life/work balance Implications of house call practices and primary care today The impact of the NY Modernization Act and NPs in NY and nation-wide

26 min2014 SEP 30
Comments
HPP06: Denis Tarrant, ANP

HPP05: Tiffany Martin, RN, BSN

On this episode of the HEALth Practitioner Podcast, I am talking with Tiffany Martin, RN, BSN, about incorporating yoga into her nursing practice and how she is using several integrative care modalities in her daily life for a holistic lifestyle. She tells us how she has embraced what holistic nursing really is – “a way of being”. She shares information about: Yoga training How she has Implemented yoga into her personal life and her professional life as an RN Yoga teacher training program in order to offer therapeutic yoga to clients Touch Therapy Ayurveda Holistic nursing as a specialty Life/work balance Meditation

29 min2014 SEP 4
Comments
HPP05: Tiffany Martin, RN, BSN

HPP04: Dr. Ferrara, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP

On this episode Dr. Ferrara, Update us on his career transition and what activities he is engaged in today. Addresses the Nurse Practitioner Modernization Act and what it means for NYS Nurse Practitioners (NPs). Speaks about NPs’ membership and involvement in professional organizations Encourages Political Activism for the profession of APRNs and RNs (PAC) Dr. Stephen Ferrara, is a practicing Nurse Practitioner with over 13 years of clinical experience. He is on the Expert Panel forLifestyle Wellness Network, which connect advance practice clinicians, healing arts practitioners and patients. Integrative Tele-Health and mHealth is the focus of the Network. He is the Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at Columbia University School of Nursing and Executive Director of The Nurse Practitioner Association for New York State.

22 min2014 AUG 30
Comments
HPP04: Dr. Ferrara, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP

HPP03: Dr. Joy Elwell, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP

On this episode of theHEALth Practitioner Podcastmy guest is Dr. Joy Elwell, DNP, FNP-BC, APRN, and FAANP. Joy is the Government Affairs Chairperson and Treasurer of The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State (The NPA-NYS). She has been a Registered Nurse (RN) for 30 years and a Nurse Practitioner (NP) for 20 years. While attending nursing school, Joy learned about Guided Imagery and utilizes this integrative care technique in her practice today. She uses both traditional allopathic and complementary, holistic care in her practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP).

17 min2014 AUG 22
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HPP03: Dr. Joy Elwell, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP
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