Healing with a Tender Touch

Expert Panel Session | CNNC 2020


Touch, cannabis, health and gentle care

Can the healing process be approached from a gentler perspective?

Researchers say that giving another person support through touch can reduce the stress of the person being comforted. It can even reduce the stress of the person doing the comforting. Furthermore, hugs may protect us against illness. Healing is a process.

Through the power of support with a tender touch, learn how cannabis can be incorporated to provide potential benefits as a gentle plant medicine in conjunction with more traditional healing practices.

Panel Experts

Karen Kostick RHIT, CCS, CCS-P

Karen Kostick is a long-term alcohol-free peer recovery specialist, health information professional, cannabis therapeutic advocate and a Michigan military health activist to raise critical awareness and effective treatments for PTSD and other silent wounds of war.

Jordan Person LPN, LMT

Founder of two wellness based companies, Primal Therapeutics and Primal Healing, Jordan is an outspoken advocate for cannabis education and activism. A licensed massage therapist and nurse for nearly two decades, Jordan trained in Florida and Hawaii before moving to Colorado in 2010 as a medical marijuana refugee.

Jamie Rollins RN, BSN, CYT

Jamie Rollins RN, BSN, CYT is a practicing Cannabis Nurse in the state of Florida. She has spent the last 15 years working in Public Health, Psychiatric, and Hospice Nursing.