Dynamic Integrative Master’s Program Begins This Summer
Apr 15, 2011 12:53PM
A program designed for those who seek the most effective pathways to optimal health, healing and well being through Integrative Medicine will welcome a new class of students at Stamford Hospital in the summer of 2009, announces the Graduate Institute. Students will earn a Master of Arts in Experiential Health and Healing through a program providing dynamic, hands-on learning opportunities for practitioners, patients, leaders, innovators, and all interested in Integrative Medicine. The program’s cohort communities jointly undertake a course of graduate study, meeting one weekend a month for the entire 22 month program, with learning events structured around presentations offered by experienced practitioners in Integrative Medicine who offer lectures, group dialogue, and experiential programs. With Dr. Steve Horowitz, Chief of Cardiology at Stamford Hospital, serving as the program’s Academic Director, visiting faculty includes Naturopaths, Osteopaths, Homeopaths, Cardiologists, Surgeons, Psychologists, Chiropractors, Family Practitioners, and Physical and Occupational Therapists. The program, which embraces diverse modalities, engages an in-depth exploration of such fields as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine, Nutrition, Environmental Toxins, Bodywork, Energy, Eastern Philosophy, Spiritual and Emotional Health, Art and Music Therapy, and Exercise Physiology, and is enhanced by collegial learning as well as self-directed research.
For more information about this timely educational opportunity, please contact Anthony Medaglia from the Graduate Institute, at 203.874.4252 or visit Learn.edu