TGI Opens Enrollment for Master’s in Integrative Health
The Graduate Institute (TGI) of Bethany is starting classes in its Master of Arts in Integrative Health and Healing at Stamford Hospital this fall. Classes meet one weekend per month (Friday evening and Saturday) beginning October 3, 2014. The program is completed in two years and is also available as a nine-month certificate program for those who don’t want or need a master’s degree.
The program offers an opportunity to study the best of Eastern and Western medicine in a hands-on, interactive learning environment. From homeopathy, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine and energy healing, to art and music therapy, to nutrition, herbs and more, students explore all that the holistic side of health and healing has to offer for both preventive and treatment-based care.
TGI’s faculty includes Caroline Myss, one of the world’s leading voices on spirituality and health; Dr. Bernie Siegel; Dr. David Forbes (past president of the American Holistic Medical Association); Dr. Norm Shealy; Dr. Steve Horowitz (cardiology chief at Stamford Hospital); and many other experts in the world of health care and healing.