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5 Hot Tips for Writing Therapeutic Letters

"The Letter" Rose Aimee Belanger Therapeutic letters were first introduced to the world of clinical practice with families by the creative clinical work of David Epston of New Zealand and the late Michael White of Australia (Epston, 1994; White, 1995; White & Epston, 1990). My colleagues, students, and I have used this intervention in our…

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Using Images to Communicate the Core Message of Family Nursing

Screenshot of my Pinterest Board called "Family Health & Healing"  "A picture is worth a thousand words"~ Fred R. Barnard I've recently become interested Pinterest, a social media tool (currently ranked #4 in social media channels used in the USA) in which the user "pins" images to communicate a message.  I have begun to curate a…

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Family Nursing: A Global Snapshot

I was in a meeting today and a colleague remarked that she wanted to know more about what was happening in family nursing in other countries (outside of the USA). I thought it might be useful to provide a brief snapshot of the published documents that highlight major family nursing developments within countries around the…

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My Story Starts Here…

My Family 2013 Every family has a story; every story has a family... They say that every story is told differently, depending on the audience. Here is my story. I come from a large, extended, matriarchal family of grandparents, aunts, uncles, and many cousins who have enriched my life within a network of supportive, nurturing…