Healers strive to mend something broken - from spirits, minds, bodies, and ecosystems, to relationships, cultural paradigms, and experiences. A Healer is an individual that has the ability and willingness to create sustainable, positive change on behalf of others.
Our mission is to advocate for the wellbeing of all healers through a One Health lens.
- Compassion: provide compassionate problem-solving and resource navigation assistance for both Healers themselves and those for whom they are caring;
Restore the wellbeing of the world's Healers through compassion, curiosity, and innovation.
A global state of health - facilitated by Healers.
OneHealth | OneWellbeing | OneMedicine
A state of complete health is one of physical, mental, emotional, and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Recognition of the interdependence of human, animal, and ecosystem wellbeing is essential to achieving a state of global, holistic health.
CFTH believes that a significant amount of physical, mental, emotional, and social healing must occur across both human and animal populations, as well as within the ecosystems that we all inhabit, in order to achieve a global state of wellbeing and health.
Healers are responsible for catalyzing this change - both within the individual patient (human and animal) as well as larger interconnected ecosystem.
Who is a Healer?
Aa Healer is an individual who has the ability and willingness to create or catalyze sustainable, positive change on behalf of others. A Healer strives to mend something broken - from spirits, minds, bodies, and ecosystems; to relationships, cultural paradigms, situations, and experiences.
A Healer contributes their skills with the intention of repairing or alleviating the root cause of dis-ease (lack of health and/or wellbeing). A Healer recognizes the need to adapt and evolve with the biological as well as cultural changes of their community and their patients. A Healer is committed to the continued growth of their knowledge and skillset.
Why do Healers need an advocate?
Healers utilize an emotional connection with our patients and their caregivers in order to provide compassion, support, and guidance. Often, this connection comes at a cost, particularly when a Healer is required to maintain a difficult emotional posture frequently or over a long period of time.
As essential workers for the wellbeing of the world, Healers are currently in need of support and resources to maintain their own wellbeing and, consequently, be better equipped to work toward the wellbeing of others.