The Graduate Institute Presents Evolving Education for an Evolving World
Dec 04, 2013 03:36AM
The Graduate Institute (TGI) will present Evolving Education for an Evolving World from 11 am-5pm on December 8, 2013 as the first program in its Tipping Point Forum Series. The interactive day of learning, discussions and Q&A will include presentations with three faculty members from TGI’s Master of Arts program in Integrative Health and Healing.
Dr. Brian Luke Seaward will offer a presentation and showing of his documentary film, Earth Song: Mountains, Water, and the Healing Power of Nature. Dr. Lauri Grossman will speak about Integrative Healing and Homeopathic Medicines for the Holiday Season while Joan Palmer will focus on The Art and Science of Eating. A silent auction will also be held, featuring educational resources, books, artwork and more.
The new TGI Tipping Point forum series focuses on activating change. Participants will learn innovative, practical techniques for healing the body, mind and planet.
Location: TGI’s main campus, located at 171 Amity Rd, Bethany, CT. Cost: $60 per person (additional donations appreciated) with pre-registration required at EvolvingEducation.EventBrite.com. For more information, contact Shari Specland, Lead Coordinator of the MA in Integrative Health and Healing, at [email protected]. See ad, page 63.