With over thirty years experience in nursing, Gilda (Jill) Cook is a licensed healthcare professional in private practice offering holistic mind-body-spirit modalities. With additional trainings and specialty certifications, she offers heart-centered care to those who are in search of deep, soulful self-healing. Jill is an RN/Clinical Trauma Specialist/CCTS-I, Certified Grief Counselor, Certified Provider of Compassionate Bereavement Care from the MISS Foundation/Center for Loss and Trauma, Certified Transpersonal Hypnotherapist, Certified Life/Stress Management Coach, Certified Yoga Nidra Facilitator (AMRIT Method) and Level II/Shamanic Reiki Practitioner. She is also trained in Critical Incident Stress Management and School Crisis Response through ICISF (International Critical Incident Stress Foundation). She utilizes an integrated, trauma-informed approach to address traumatic stress, grief and many other health issues.
As an accomplished nursing educator, she has authored over one hundred continuing education courses and also designed several international nursing continuing education programs which opened doors for nurses to visit foreign health clinics to better understand the needs and health struggles in developing countries. She currently serves on the ASU Advisory Board in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and is a published best-selling contributing author of the book Inspirations.
“I have been fortunate to have amazing experiences throughout my career. Nursing has afforded me the opportunity to explore how we can be truly creative in providing exceptional, individualized healthcare. It is through the lens of Holistic Nursing, that I have been able to blend the best holistic modalities together, in order to fine-tune individual sessions and programs that help clients get to “root-cause” issues and to experience change and hope for the future.”
As a proud mother, grandmother, aunt and pet mom. Jill enjoys travel, learning about other cultures and spending time with her family and pets (Golden Retrievers Maggie, Daisy and cat Audrey).
Jill sees clients in private practice (office, phone and virtual sessions) and also provides consultations and sessions for the non-profit Desert Light Healing Sanctuary program that offers free and low-cost services to survivors of domestic violence.
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