For Healthcare Organizations
"The Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality is one of our most trusted partners in promoting resilience and wellbeing at M Health Fairview. The facilitators and staff have profound expertise in their fields and the delivery, be it digital content, seminars, or training programs are delivered professionally, and executed flawlessly. Every member of their team is very responsive to inquiry and rapidly evolve programming as necessary to meet urgent needs of our enterprise. I could not ask for a better partner to improve the wellbeing of our workforce." — Bryan Williams MD PhD, Chief Wellbeing Officer, Pulmonary and Critical Care, M Health Fairview
The Bakken Center offers a variety of programming for health care organizations in support of employee wellbeing. Learn more in this section about our programs that enhance the health of healthcare workers.
We have forged strategic partnerships with healthcare systems and health plans to broaden our reach. We are a founding member of the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine and we regularly collaborate with community groups of all kinds to further our discovery and engagement efforts.
In addition, the Center works with a variety of clients ranging from small businesses to clinics and health systems to Fortune 500 companies, providing consultations, products and services in the areas of stress reduction, optimal healing environments, arts in healing, care model innovation, leadership development and integrative therapies and healing practices. Inspired by design-thinking principles, our approach in working with clients is to build capacity, as well as sustainability, by actively engaging them at every stage of our process. This partnership produces effective outcomes that are “co-created” and tailored to their unique needs.
"Now more than ever, employers are highly focused on employee mental health and wellbeing as they adjust to the pandemic, economic disruption, and heightened focus on the impact of racial and societal issues.” - Ellen Kelsay, President and CEO of the Business Group on Health.