Rachel Y. Hill is a family nurse practitioner, who specializes in holistic and integrative medicine, holistic coaching and other modalities to help alleviate pain, stress, and promote wellness. As Technical Director, Rachel manages product and protocol development for a variety of Previse products.
Rachel specially formulated massage and aromatherapy blends for hospices and dementia care units, and provides Reiki, healing touch, hypnotherapy, and other holistic modalities for the severely compromised patients. Rachel has 18 years in holistic and integrative therapies and 25 years in the Nursing/healthcare profession.
Rachel is a network leader for the AHNA (American Holistic Nurses Association), which is responsible for bring health care professionals together who have a common interest in providing and integrating complementary medicine into the mainstream. Rachel practices and is a certified Nursing Coach through American Holistic Nurse Credentialing Center (AHNCC). She also has achieved a certification for being an Advanced Practice Board Certified Holistic Nurse Practitioner from the AHNCC, also. She is a published author and has written a book for Nurses on Self-Care entitled, “Nursing from the Inside-Out” and has also penned a poetry book called “Metamorphosis: A Soul’s Journey Through Poetry”.
Rachel Y. Hill has given numerous presentations at corporations, and also presented for Professional Continuing Education, MONA, Catholic Charities Hospice, AHNA, Communiversity, Mental Health Association, and Urban League of Greater Kansas City on the topic of various holistic modalities and stress relief, and works diligently to bridge the gap in the health care community regarding the benefits of complementary therapy in the health care setting.
Rachel is currently in a Doctoral Student, attaining a second Master’s as a Psychiatric NP program, with plans to do extensive research in aromatherapy and plant medicine as it impacts health, end of life transition, wellness, substance abuse, and other states of physical disharmony.