The Braxton Institute is currently expanding institutional capacities in light of increasing demand from local and national organizations operating across diverse disciplines, including medical education, military trauma and veteran support, pastoral counseling, criminal justice reform, medical humanities, and intersectional social justice advocacy.
Workshops, small group spiritual direction, mentoring, and intensive retreats for caregivers which offer tools, training, and respite care, including spiritual practices for health and wholeness for mind/body/spirit.
Non-profit business-to-business consultation for designing and implementing programs which educate communities about moral injury and improve community-based support for veterans and citizens returning from incarceration.
Consulting with nonprofit leaders to improve organizational responses to the distress experienced by employees and community members working to address healthcare disparities among members of marginalized populations.
Consulting on the development of medical education curriculum for a public university seeking to enhance student's cultural competency, clinical humility, interpersonal reflexivity, and professional capacities for patient-centered justice and trauma-informed care.