The Practice of Healing Circles: Healing Circle Training for Nurses and Other Health Professionals (Union, WA)

October 1, 2018 – October 2, 2018 all-day
Harmony Hill Retreat Center,
7362 WA-106
Union, WA 98592

“Circle started around the cook-fires of humanity’s ancestors and has accompanied us ever since.  We remember this space.  When we listen, we speak more thoughtfully. We lean into shared experience.”
– Christina Baldwin, The Circle Way


Program Outcomes

During this two day program the participants will be able to demonstrate the practice of Healing Circles by participating in the various roles, elements and cycles of a Healing Circle.

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The Presenters

This introduction will be presented by Diana and Kelly Lindsay, co-founders and co-directors of Healing Circles Langley and training directors for Healing Circles Global. They are authors of the book “Something More Than Hope/Something More Than Everything: Surviving Despite the Odds, Thriving Because of Them, the story of Diana’s recovery from stage IV lung cancer. They will be assisted by the nurse leadership team of Commonweal’s Healing Circles program.





About Healing Circles

Healing Circles is a program of Commonweal, a 501c3 charitable organization with over 40 years of work in health and healing, art and education, and environment and justice. Please visit and to learn more.


About Nursing Leadership for Healing Circles

Vision: To advance the unique contribution of nursing to the global movement of healing circles.

Mission: To create opportunities for nurses and nurse coaches to integrate healing circles into their practices.

Purpose: to enhance competence, confidence, and compassion needed for the promotion of healing circles.

Travel and Lodging Information

Harmony Hill Retreat Center

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This activity has been submitted to the American Holistic Nurses Association for approval to award 13.0 contact hours. The American Holistic Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.