Integrative health focuses on the whole person—body, mind, and spirit. The integrative therapies below are non-pharmacological measures that can be used in your journey toward health and healing.
Extracts of plants that can help to reduce pain, anxiety, and nausea. Essential oils can impact mood, memory, and learning.
The C.A.R.E. channel provides nature imagery and calming music. Music therapists on campus offer a wide range of music therapy opportunities.
The practice of using your imagination to direct your thoughts can help to reduce pain and anxiety, and promote sleep. Audio CDs or spoken imagery can promote a deep sense of relaxation.
Energy-Based Healing Modalities
Gentle, non-invasive sessions of Healing Touch or Reiki by trained practitioners can create a deep sense of relaxation and allow the body to be in the best condition for healing.
Hand and Foot Massage
The gentle use of touch on hands and feet can ease discomfort and promote relaxation for the whole body.