Master of Arts in Integrative Health and Healing: Program covers homeopathy, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, energy healing, art and music therapy, nutrition and herbs.
Enrollment is now open for The Graduate Institute’s (TGI) Master of Arts in Integrative Health and Healing, offered at Stamford Hospital. The program provides a unique opportunity to study the best of Eastern and Western medicine in a hands-on, interactive learning environment.
The master’s program covers homeopathy, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, energy healing, art and music therapy, nutrition and herbs. Students will learn about using these methods for both preventative and treatment-based care. This year TGI welcomes Caroline Myss, one of the world’s leading experts on health, spirituality and human consciousness, to the faculty.
“It is a privilege to serve on the faculty of TGI for several reasons,” says Myss. “It’s one of the centers of the new renaissance in education, in which students are invited to learn with all their senses. I love teaching in such an environment, dedicated to all that is possible and the soul of human potential.”
Classes in the Master of Arts in Integrative Health and Healing meet one weekend per month at Stamford Hospital and the degree is completed in two years. TGI is hosting an Accelerated Admissions Day on June 11, during which prospective students can complete their application in a single afternoon.
For more information and to request a schedule, call admissions at 203.874.4252, email [email protected] or visit Learn.edu/health-healinginfo. Stamford Hospital is located at 30 Shelburne Rd. in Stamford, CT.