With Indigo Flow, Heidi invites you to
awaken and nurture your inner-sight, or intuition, which is the bridge to a deeper part of yourself. Connecting with this intelligence, this intuition, opens a new reality. This is how you become the creator of your own life, your own experience, and you discover that you have a wealth of knowledge and wisdom inside you. Here you mindfully process your intense feelings of grief, through 4 Flows: Nature, Creative, Sacred, and Soul.
You befriend yourself in this deeply nourishing and cathartic inner space, which naturally excavates new learnings, increases awareness about being in the world, and clears the way for a new path to emerge.
As a former end-of-life hospital chaplain, Heidi spent nearly 20 years supporting people on their grief journeys. She developed the University of North Carolina Hospitals Bereavement Support Services, a program dedicated to promoting healthy grieving through educational resources and follow up to families for a year after the death of a loved one. She facilitated grief support groups and writing workshops in the hospital and community for caregivers and individuals living with uncertainty due to illness and loss.
Heidi was a longtime member and chairperson of the UNC Hospitals Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Team, which responds to unexpected, traumatic events in the hospital and provides education and emotional support.
As a faculty member in the UNC Medical School, Heidi co-taught in the RICE Program, a course on Advanced Communication Skills, Ethics, and Reflection for third-year medical school students. This required course gives students space to reflect on their own lives and their interactions with patients and hospital staff. By connecting with their own stories, they learn how to engage and communicate with patients and families intentionally and more skillfully.
Heidi created and co-facilitated Writing for Resilience, a weekly reflective prompt-writing group for patients, caregivers, staff, and the community, as a coping tool and to initiate healing shifts in perspective.