Tina Scott Lassiter
In spring 2016, Tina Scott Lassiter launched mindful to a T., an integrative healthcare and consulting practice that showcases her passion for the healing arts, training in mindfulness/mind body medicine, and interest in holistic alternatives. She is certified in Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Reiki 1 - 3, and Acupressure and is a Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist and Infant Massage Teacher. She completed Integrative Training for Healthcare Professionals; MBSR; Initial and Advanced Mind Body Medicine; Touch Therapy for the NICU; and Corporate Wellness. Tina was selected by Towson University’s Department of Women & Gender Studies to present, "Art, Mindfulness & the Undefined Self-Esteem" for their 2018 health symposium; her mindful/art practice is featured online by Spirituality & Health magazine; her book, "morsels of peeps...mindful musings, inspirational thoughts, quiet images" was published in 2018; she is a Corporate Presenter facilitating mindfulness meditation, yoga nidra, and other sessions for Recharj® Meditation Studio in DC.
An accomplished collage artist/photographer, Tina’s work is published in Body & Soul Connection, Spirituality & Health, and DASH Literary magazines and has been exhibited around the DC Metropolitan area. In 2013, she was commissioned by the Capitol Breast Care Center to create an image that came to represent the strength, courage, and resilience of any woman. Tina served as Director of Creative & Therapeutic Arts, a multi-modality arts in healing program, at Children’s National for 15 years. She spearheaded efforts to bring a comprehensive complementary/integrative care program to the hospital, delivering mindfulness practices to thousands of patients, families, and staff. After developing a complementary care model for caregivers in a medical setting, she was invited by Decision Health to present at several healthcare conferences which led to conducting a webinar for Ernest Health, followed by an interview on the topic of care for the caregiver that appeared in the Joint Commission newsletter. Tina completed the Arts in Medicine Intensive at the University of Florida Center for the Arts in Healthcare Research & Education; holds an MBA in Marketing from NYU’s Stern School of Business; and a BA in Communications with a minor in Social Work from Howard University.
Awards and Affiliations
Community Service Award for Work in theHealing Arts - Lambda Kappa Mu
Smith Center for Healing and the Arts
Recharj® Meditation Studio
Causes and Organizations
using arts/mindfulness to help individuals with self awareness/boost and build self esteem
bringing group/individual self care instruction to caregivers of the sick and well
using arts/mindfulness to promote diversity
using arts/mindfulness to bring awareness to domestic violence
No Kid Hungry - contributor
My Sister's Place - volunteer