CODE YOU offers healthcare professionals holistic care as they face feelings of apathy, isolation, and compassion fatigue.


We do this by helping healthcare professionals develop their own spiritual care plan, find a deepening connection with God, and a restored heart and soul. We provide tools and support as they learn spiritual practices like breath prayer, gratitude journaling, in the car Yoga, meditative hikes, and art-based healing practices.




Phyllis Morton


As a seasoned nurse, Phyllis both enjoyed and endured many nursing experiences such as working in a pediatric burn unit, a psychiatric unit, and a school. She even did a couple of rigorous tours through head nursing and administration jumping over to office gynecology. She trained at the University of Missouri for both her BSN and MSN. She later trained as a Spiritual Director at SMU which broadened her ability to walk beside people as they seek God, lead retreats, soul-care groups, and recovery groups.


Tamara Ramirez



A graduate of Azusa Pacific University, Tamara worked as a hospice nurse for nearly two decades. After leaving active nursing practice, she worked for many years as a lay staff member in a local church, where she played a leading role in missions and outreach. She is also a trained NAMI Family to Family teacher, who partners with counselors in caring for the spiritual health of those who live with a mental illness. She brings her years of caring for those who are dealing with grief, suffering, and death along with her love for those struggling to remain in the Christian community during these difficult times to each Spiritual Direction session. She has a passion for seeing lives transformed through the healing of relationships with God, others, self, and creation.