Creating Healing Relationships

Creating Healing Relationships

The goal of this course is to describe the elements of intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships that support healing, examine components of the C.A.R.I.N.G. model of self-care, explore the role of balance and thriving in healing relationships, describe the dimensions and characteristics of a healing presence, and explore the principles of relationship-centered care (RCC).
12 Weeks Access / 1 Course Hrs
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A healing relationship involves two major elements: a relationship with the self (intrapersonal relationship) and relationships with others (interpersonal relationships). Each is critical to creating a healing environment for an organization�s staff and clients. Healing relationships support the social, spiritual, psychological, physical, and behavioral components of people and the organization. These relationships stimulate the healing abilities inherent in patients/clients, employees, and families. Optimal healing environments support and enhance the intentions, health behaviors, treatments, and buildings of all who share the space.

Enrollment Options:
12 Weeks Access Course Code: T7802
No Instructor, Start Anytime
$15.00 USD


Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course, you will be able to do the following:
  • Compare the intrapersonal and interpersonal environments of the person providing care.
  • Describe the elements of intrapersonal relationships that support healing relationships.
  • Identify the elements of the C.A.R.I.N.G. model of self-care.
  • Explain the role of balance and thriving in healing relationships.
  • Describe the three dimensions of a healing presence.
  • Describe the characteristics of a healing presence.
  • Identify the components of a healing interpersonal relationship.
  • 8.Explain the role of the health care provider in creating a healing environment for clients.
  • 9.Describe the key principles of relationship-centered care (RCC).