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Whitney Price, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker and clinical supervisor of St. Luke’s Children’s Palliative and Supportive Care program. She works to help children with serious, chronic or limiting-illnesses and their families navigate their medical journey. Whitney works with medically complex children and families to explore their goals of care, values, enriched communication, and mental health support.
Whitney is dedicated to providing a safe space and trusting therapeutic relationship to explore and process thoughts and feelings. She chose pediatric palliative care for its holistic team approach which values child and family-centered care.
Whitney earned her bachelor's degree in psychology with an emphasis in sports and exercise science from Boise State University. She earned her master's degree in social work from the University of Nebraska. She believes that each patient is unique and she tailors her relationship toward their individual needs and concerns.
Favorite Therapy Toy: puppets.
Sean Timpane, MD specializes in palliative medicine. He has experience working with patients and families from all stages of life, but especially loves working with pediatric patients. He is passionate about providing family-centered care and improving communication and collaboration among patients, families and providers in an increasingly complex healthcare system. He has special interest in facilitating specialty and sub-specialty care to rural areas; and in how rapidly changing communication technology can be shaped to improve patient/family experience and provider effectiveness.
Dr. Timpane received his bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering from Duke University. He first worked in the medical device industry with pacemakers and defibrillators before returning to medical school at the University of Florida. He completed his residency in pediatrics at the University of Washington followed by a fellowship in palliative medicine at the Harvard Interprofessional Palliative Care Fellowship. After completing his training, Dr. Timpane worked as a palliative care physician in the Alaska Tribal Health System before moving to Boise.
Dr. Timpane and his wife have three children.
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Music therapy may lower anxiety and help take your child’s mind off treatment and pain. It may also help your child express fear and anger, and give him or her the confidence to cope with their experience.
Caring for a child with complex medical needs can be complicated and overwhelming. Support from someone familiar with these challenges can make all the difference. Meet Megan!
We recommend checking out the Courageous Parents Network and Get Palliative Care, two organizations with additional resources for children and families with complex medical needs.
With MyChart, you’re able to view test results, contact your provider, request medication refills, schedule appointments and more. We encourage you to sign up for easy access to the tools and information you need to proactively manage your health. You can also set up online proxy access requests for medical records of children, spouses, or dependents.
There's also an easy-to-use MyChart app available for your mobile devices!