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Central Texas Chapter Meeting
Start Date/Time:
Tuesday, June 27, 2017 6:00 PM
End Date/Time:
Tuesday, June 27, 2017 7:30 PM
Recurring Event:
One time event
Normal Priority
Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 6:15pm CST
ZOOM Conference (download Zoom FREE prior to the meeting--then click on the link below or phone in)
We will network 6:15 to 6:30, program 6:30-7:00, and optional Q & A 7:00- 7:15pm CST

"Facilitating deep and lasting shifts for patients and clients"
with Kathryn Fearnside, BSN,RN, NC-BC

After receiving a BA in Religious Studies from UC Berkeley, Kathryn worked in community and mental health promotion, including teaching sexual health classes, leading wilderness therapy programs, and practicing and teaching massage. She received a Bachelors in Nursing from UNM in 2009, and has continued her worked in hospital and community healthcare settings. Kathryn's passion for embodiment led her to study and teach various forms of embodied meditation and movement practice including dance, yoga, qi gong, Breema Bodywork, Action Theater, and The Embodied Presence Process. Recently certified as a Nurse Coach, Kathryn utilizes embodiment and The Resilience Paradigm to help facilitate deep and lasting shifts for her patients and clients.

You are invited to a scheduled Zoom meeting. 
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 Or Telephone:
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Optional (1) CE registration available each month at

We look forward to hosting as many people as possible, guests are welcome.
If you have a friend whom you think may be interested, please share this invitation with them. STUDENTS are welcome to attend and receive credit. You need not be an AHNA member to attend.

Education/earn contact hours/audio recorded webinars/May 18, 2016  (or just listen free)
Healing the Whole Person--A New Paradigm for Resilience in Nursing, by Teresa Walding, RN, BSN, NC-BC, Co-leader, CenTex AHNA