Anne has interacted in a wide range of health care environments, including hospitals, independent and assisted living communities, long-term care, memory care and skilled nursing care facilities, foster care homes, residential care settings, and outpatient clinics in her career as a chaplain. She has served a variety of populations including veterans, those on hospice, the elderly, women of all ages, people in crisis, the bereaved and those going through life transitions.
Her understanding of these settings and populations inﬂuence her ability to develop tailored in-services that meet the unique needs of your population, whether it be staff, families or residents, or to bring them all together.
Suggested in-services include:
- Use of poetry as a common language to explore grief and loss.
- Use of the labyrinth as a tool to process the life journey.
- The art of compassionate communication and deep listening.
- Respecting differing spiritual & religious views among residents and co-workers.
- Discussion of veterans at end of life and helping those with moral injury and post-traumatic stress.
- Developing rituals for honoring grief and transition in healthcare environments.