- Founded in 1999, The Graduate Institute is a licensed, accredited, and chartered institution of higher education dedicated to exploring emerging fields of inquiry.
Please join The Graduate Institute on Thursday, February 4th for a free workshop on “Supporting Your Immune System with Osteopathy” at the Ridgefield Community Center in Ridgefield, CT. The workshop will be led by faculty member Dr. David Johnston. The event will take place at 6 pm, and will be followed by a brief Information Session on the Institute’s Master of Arts in Experiential Health and Healing, a program in integrative health studies.
Founded in 1999, The Graduate Institute (www.learn.edu) is a licensed, accredited, and chartered institution of higher education dedicated to exploring emerging fields of inquiry. Its Master of Arts degree programs include:
- Oral Traditions
- Conscious Evolution
- Experiential Health and Healing
- Holistic Thinking
- Irenic (Peace) Studies
By promoting dialogues with significant global contributors and addressing the most perplexing issues facing our society today, the Institute strives to help learners become involved in the evolution of culture. Its intellectual diversity and commitment to personal transformation contributes to a learning experience that is unprecedented at the graduate level. Academic direction and support is offered by Bernie Siegel, MD, Steven Horowitz, MD, Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D., Allan Combs, Ph.D., John Miles Foley, Ph.D., and other pioneering thinkers.
A cultural and intellectual haven, the Institute creates opportunities for adult learners to become active in their communities. Its educational offerings promote awareness of emerging perspectives and worldviews that affect the very fabric of human life and society.
Additional Upcoming Events Include:
- Wednesday, January 27th: Open House at The Graduate Institute: 171 Amity Road, Bethany, CT. Learn more about the Institute’s dynamic programs in the fields of health and wellness, conflict transformation, sustainability, oral traditions and language arts, holistic thinking and learning, and consciousness studies. Presentation will start at 5 pm, and there is no cost to attend.
- Thursday, January 28th: Information Session on the Master of Arts in Experiential Health and Healing at Hartford Hospital. The event is free and will start at 5 pm in the Special Dining Room, located in the rear of the Cafeteria. This fantastic, integrative program explores complementary and alternative healing modalities and assesses their interaction with Western Medicine.