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Caroline Myss Joins The Graduate Institute’s Faculty

Caroline Myss

Caroline Myss Joins The Graduate Institute’s Faculty

The Graduate Institute of Bethany, CT is pleased to welcome Caroline Myss as Visiting Faculty for the Master of Arts in Experiential Health and Healing. A five-time New York Times bestselling author, Caroline Myss is renowned for her unique views on the connection between health, healing, and spirituality, and her profound work as a medical intuitive. She offers lectures and workshops around the world that focus on human consciousness, energy medicine, mysticism, and spirituality.

 Myss’ work is well-aligned with the goals of the Masters in Experiential Health and Healing, which focuses on forwarding a humanistic model of care that honors the deep interconnection of the body, mind, and spirit. The program delivers direct experiences in both Eastern and Western forms of healing, and draws on the research and insights of many notable practitioners, including Bernie Siegel MD, Steven Horowitz, C. Norm Shealy, MD, PhD, and other visionary healers.

 On Friday, December 3, Caroline Myss will offer a special presentation to colleagues in the Institute’s Experiential Health and Healing program. A select number of tickets will be available for purchase to the general public on a first-come, first-service basis.

For tickets and more information, visit Learn.edu/Myss or call 203.874.4252. An accredited, not-for-profit institution of higher education, The Graduate Institute creates an environment for learners to pursue their passions and affect changes in their lives and work. Their programs are designed to meet the intellectual and spiritual needs of contemporary thinkers on their paths of personal and professional evolution.

 

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