Cultivating healing relationships: Healing relationships reflect the social and professional interactions that foster a sense of belonging, well-being, coherence and healing. Healing relationships are intentional, adaptable, cohesive, covenantal, and reciprocal in nature. The nurturing of healing relationships is one of the most powerful ways to stimulate, support and maintain wellness and recovery.

Creating healing organizations: Healing organizations support a healing culture through their mission, vision and values. A successful healing organization has a strategic plan for fostering team work and patient centered care, leadership support for healing initiatives, stable funding, and an evaluative culture that is flexible and resilient.

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