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Cinthia McFeature PhD received her doctorate of philosophy in counseling with specialized training in
integrated behavioral medicine and narrative therapies. Dr. McFeature most recently was a state trainer for
the Virginia Department of Social Services for the past nine years. She also facilitated family partnership
meetings for local VDSS agencies. For over the past twenty-five years her focus has been both the social work
and counseling fields working directly with clientele. She provides individual, family, and group therapy
utilizing integrative therapies. She is a licensed spiritual health coach and an active member of the American
Holistic Health Association. She is co-author of HeartPath Practitioner, nationally released in 2009. She was
also involved in trauma informed care research, curriculum development for motivational interviewing and
developed group treatment training/processing for vicarious trauma.

Integrated health is coordinated care which is comprehensive and seamless care that is a worldwide trend in health

care reforms. In this book we will discuss the importance of trauma informed care with all systems who touch the
lives of trauma-exposed children and families. We will reflect how integrated health occurs based on the performance
practice of primary care and behavioral health integration (PCBHI) working as a patient centered model home. The
book will also discuss the impact of trauma from physical, mental, emotional and spiritual contexts.
Regardless of how traumatic events have impacted a patient’s life there is a clear path to healing and managing
medical and psychological concerns. This takes place with an appropriate assessments and a “whole” treatment plan
for the trauma-exposed patient from a body, mind, and spirit integrated forms of care provision.

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