Texas Regional Holistic Nursing Retreat
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, April 27-29, 2018
Hosted by AHNA: Expanding Resources Chapter
Sponsored by CenTex Chapter: AHNA
THE PARADIGM OF RESILIENCE
Developed by: Keith Blevens, PhD
Presented by: Lyn McCright RN, MPH, AHN-BC, APRN
Teresa Walding, BSN, RN, NC-BC
Mineola Civic Center and Recreational Park
7 pm - 9 pm Friday, 10 am-3 pm Saturday
Lunch Provided from 12 pm - 1 pm
1150 N Newsom St, Mineola TX 75773
AHNA: Expanding Resources Chapter at
Vitae Pondera Institute of Integrative Health
Vitae Pondera College of Natural Medicine
Heidi Hoke, PhDHH, ND, CHt.
6 pm-9 pm Saturday Evening
Buffet under the Moonlight / Music / Tour
123 N. Line St., Mineola, Texas 75773
(Historical Landmark: O.P. Pyle House, Governor James Hogg, and Birthplace of Miss Ima Hogg)
Accommodations available at Best Western in Mineola. (903) 569-533, 100 Debby Ln, Mineola, TX 75773
The Resilience Paradigm establishes psychological experience as not being bound by circumstances or the past.
As our understanding of the Resilience Paradigm deepens, we naturally incorporate this into patient care.
Recognize How Resilience Develops Properties of Physical and Psychological Healing
Identify the Single Most Important Factor that Deceptively Seems to Limit Resilience
Demonstrate Efficacy of Insight Based Learning
Utilize this Paradigm to Generalize to All Nursing Patient Care
Questions? Lyn McCright (254) 751-7111 or Teresa Walding (254) 702-9415 (c) or
Lyn McCright RN, MPH, AHN-BC, APRN, earned a Bachelor’s in Nursing from the University of Arkansas School of Nursing and an MPH from theUniversity of Minnesota’s School of Public Health. She is currently the director of Advancing Holistic Health, Inc. and also has her own consulting company, Lyn McCright Consulting. Lyn has served on the AHNA Education Approver Committee and has been the Chapter Leader for the Central Texas Chapter of AHNA since 2008. She is an active member of the Texas Nurses Association and the American Nurses Association. She has also founded Stress Resolution and Prevention in 1986 and Health Consulting in 1996. In her early nursing career she worked as a staff and public health nurse and then moved on to instructor positions including ESL instruction at the Yong Chong Military Academy in the Republic of Korea and as a clinical instructor
at the University of Texas at El Paso, School of Nursing.
Teresa Walding, BSN, RN, NC-BC graduated from Boise State University in 1993. She is currently on faculty at Advancing Holistic Health, Inc. She is an active member of American Holistic Nurses Association. Throughout her career she has given classes for continuing education and presentations on Complimentary and Alternative Modalities, and now the Resilience Paradigm. She also works at her local hospital in Central Texas. Lyn and Teresa are Co-Leaders of CenTEx AHNA.