HealingWell.com is about living mindfully and healing well with chronic illness. It's a community where people come together, reach out, find support and understanding, and share with others. We feature a thriving support community, health articles, newsletter and resources to help you actively manage the challenges of living with chronic illness. Launched in 1997, today it has more than 160,000+ community members, 20,000+ newsletter subscribers, and 370,000+ social media followers. We value your privacy and work hard to provide you with accurate and trusted health information.
In The Media
Over the years, HealingWell.com has been featured by several major media publications, including BBC Online, USA Today, MSNBC, the New York Times, the Associated Press, the Industry Standard, Reader's Digest, PBS.org, Forbes, Wegohealth, Prohealth, and USA Weekend Magazine. HealingWell.com has also been the recipient of numerous awards. We have grown largely by word of mouth, serving millions of visitors around the world.
Founder & CEO
Peter founded HealingWell.com 25 years ago and holds Master's degrees from Utah State University and Brandeis University. He's passionate about advocating for patients and building communities for people with chronic illness. He loves the outdoors, family history, and spending time with his wife and four children.
Chief Health Advisor
Dr. Waite has worked in the field of Health Promotion and Public Health for over 20 years and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Utah. He currently is a professor at Utah State University. His research focuses on such topics as health behaviors, resiliency, and evaluation of healthcare and health promotion interventions. He spends his free time with his family and enjoys running, hiking and travel.
Jacque has been a Registered Nurse for 13 years. Her passion is home health and hospice. She worked for over 10 years as a director of nursing for a home healthcare company, and recently has returned to the field to provide patient care. Jacque loves learning and helping people become the best they can be in health and life. She enjoys traveling, outdoors, and spending time with her three kids and husband.
Beth has worked as a Registered Nurse for over 19 years. She has worked in many clinical settings throughout her nursing career, mostly focused on women's health. Beth's current interest is working with women and newborns and as a lactation nurse. She loves spending time with her husband and four children.
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