Kathy Moreland Layte, RN, MScN, HTCP/I
Kathy has been practicing HEALING TOUCH since 1994. She did her Master’s Thesis on the Lived Experience of Receiving Healing Touch During Chemotherapy for Women with Breast Cancer and has been interested in Biofield Research ever since. She has been the Co-Chair of the Research Advisory Council for HEALING TOUCH PROGRAM since its inception in 2008. A popular speaker, Kathy is passionate about making research methods and results easy to understand for all HEALING TOUCH practitioners. She is the author of the research section of the Level 1 Notebook and has been published in Hover-Kramer’s Healing Touch Guidebook and in "Research Corner", a periodic offering in Energy Magazine. She is a professor of nursing in Southern Ontario, Canada and is known for her very large level 1 classes of 30-40 students. A late bloomer, she is the mom of two adopted children Alexis and Austin. When she is not working, she is championing the rights of children and families with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), having fun with her kids skiing, camping, dancing or reading anything without references! Oh yes and sleeping.
Ann Taylor RN, PhD, CNS, HTCP/I
Ann’s special interests include oncology, gerontology, education and volunteering in Tijuana. Her dissertation research focused on Healing Touch, Fatigue and Patients with Hepatitis . She is currently an Adjunct Nursing Professor at Hawaii Pacific University and Nursing Teacher/Clinical Instructor at Dalhousie University, in Nova Scotia, Canada. In her “spare” time, she volunteers her nursing services in Haiti, assisting earth quake victims. Ann has three sons and spends her free time swimming, boogie boarding or surfing with her dogs at the beach.
Denise Anthes, RN, BSN, MBA, ThD, HNB-BC
Denise Anthes is a Certified Healing Touch Practitioner and Instructor for HEALING TOUCH PROGRAM Level 1 and Level 2 classes. She is a RN with a BSN and an MBA, and a ThD in Integrative Healthcare. She is also a board certified Holistic Nurse (HNB-BC).
Jeannette Nienaber, BSc. MEd., HTCP/I, ATP
Jeannette originally trained as a scientist and taught secondary sciences for over thirty years. She spent the last 20 years teaching at St. George’s School in Vancouver, BC. where she piloted a program to integrate energy medicine into schools. One of Jeannette’s goals is to empower you to be able to understand and use Healing Touch and Angel Therapy. Jeannette is a member of the Healing Touch Program education committee and is currently working on a program for teens called “Text your Body: Energy Medicine for Teens”. Recently, she delivered keynote addresses for Healing Touch California and Healing Touch Canada on Quantum Science as well as a 7.5 hr webinair on Quantum Science for Energy.
Beverly Dixon, HTCP/I, PhD
Beverly received her HTCP in 2008. She has been practicing Healing Touch as a volunteer since 2003 at the Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic in Oakland, CA, which provides numerous complementary modalities to low-income women with cancer, and at Hope Hospice since 2009. She is a certified HEALING TOUCH instructor for Level 1. Bev has also taken courses in Energy Medicine and HEALING TOUCH for animals. She has given presentations on HEALING TOUCH at local hospitals and clinics, and is a charter member of HTPA.
Beverly completed training in biology with an undergraduate degree from Southampton College of Long Island University (B.A.), an M.S.P.H. (Parasitology and Laboratory Practice) from the School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, and a Ph.D. in Medical Microbiology from the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia. She has been teaching medical microbiology at the university level for over 20 years. In 2000, she was chosen as a Fulbright Senior Scholar and spent 6 months teaching in Poland at the University of Warmia and Mazury. As part of her scientific career, she has visited and spoken in many countries including Ireland, Belgium, and Spain in Europe, as well as Ecuador, Honduras, Panama, and Mexico in Latin America. She is a member of the volunteer group Los Medicos Voladores (Flying Doctors), and accompanied the medical mission to Guatemala in August 2009. She is currently a professor Emerita at California State University, Eastbay, where she teaches students majoring in nursing, biology, and medical technology.