emma flavin

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Phone: (618) 910-8056

  • Home Base: Godfrey, IL
  • Travels: In my area (25 miles)
  • Region: Central Standard Time (CST)
  • Care Type: Need an Assessment, Consulting, Bandaging

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My training is in the Christian Science Nursing Arts. I graduated from my program in 2012, the same year I was accepted into The Christian Science Journal.

I have experience with Visiting Christian Science nursing and private duty. Although, the bulk of my experience has been in facilities throughout the country. I’ve served many years as a CSN at CS camps and am highly skilled in all areas of care.

I have extensive experience as a mentor and light experience as an instructor. I’ve been Assistant Director of a medium-sized facility in California and am currently a Director in Illinois.

I feel it’s important to be light-hearted and flexible in my CS nursing ministry. I’m an artist and pay great attention to detail, which has served me well when needing to design bandages, make assessments, and discern the needs of individuals in any given situation.

I decided, early in my practice, to have a strong sense of confidence in my work so I wouldn’t be afraid to serve in any capacity of care I may be called meet. I love working within a team and collaborating with fellow CSNs to discover new useful ways to approach care. I think every CS nurse’s training is valuable and I enjoy connecting different generations of CSNs so we can all see that we’re more connected in our experiences than we realize.

When I entered this ministry, I didn’t realize how beautifully it would pull together the strengths I had built up through my adolescence. I loved being an artist with an eye for detail, developing a sense of humor, being on athletics teams, leading a group, and utilizing my love for Christian Science. I see now I was being prepared for a ministry that is a continuation of who I am and what I love.


“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.” — JEREMIAH 29:11