Care for the Journey I: Music & Messages for Healthcare Providers
“Care for the Journey is a montage of wisdom that will inspire and comfort anyone who is navigating the with compassion, hope, and understanding. The realization that permeates these messages is the core spiritual message that is so urgently needed in our time.”
Barbara Dossey, RN, PhD, and Larry Dossey, MD.
Care for the Journey is a CD of spoken messages from leaders in compassionate care supported by original scored music. It is used by health professionals and healing practitioners as a continuing education tool and for inspirational self-renewal.
Produced by Gary Malkin and Michael Stillwater (2005)
Original Music Composed and Produced by Gary Malkin
Listen to a sample of the tracks
Total Time: 50:15
P.S.: This collection is only digitally downloadable. CDs are no longer provided. Please check your email for the songs’ downloadable files. Right-click on the file to save it to your computer, or click on the songs to enjoy the streaming music.
“…one of the most thoughtful appreciation gifts care providers could ever receive.” ~ Fred Lee, Author: If Disney Ran Your Hospital
In response to the demands and stresses on the healthcare professional in the 21st Century, Care for the Journey: Sustaining the Hearth of Healthcare is a thought-provoking CD that blends originally scored music by Emmy Award-winning composer Gary Malkin with spoken messages from acclaimed leaders in compassionate care. Designed to strengthen the skills and capacity for emotional presence, relational medicine, and healing dialogue, it is ideal for health professionals and healing practitioners as a continuing education tool and for inspirational self-renewal.
For nurses, physicians, social workers, chaplains, clinicians and administrators, staff and volunteers from hospitals, nursing homes, and hospices, and medical and nursing students, Care for the Journey: Sustaining the Hearth of Healthcare rekindles the spiritual and emotional dimension of the professional healthcare provider, explores the acceptance of human limitations in medicine, and deepens the human connection in healing.