Exploring the Integrative Care Continuum (EICC) provides participants with a comprehensive survey of the major schemes and protocols that constitute Integrative Medicine. The program is self-contained, and eligible participants may transfer credits toward the Master of Arts degree in Experiential Health and Healing offered by The Graduate Institute (www.learn.edu). The Certificate is completed in 9 months, with classes meeting one weekend per month (Friday evening, from 5 to 9 pm, and Saturday, from 9 to 5 pm) at New Milford Hospital.
Qualified participants who earn the Certificate may advance to the Master’s degree, having already completed 12 credits.
The EICC curriculum includes:
· Allopathy in the context of integrative models
· Art and Music Therapies
· Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
· Energy Medicine
· Mind/Body Techniques
· Movement Therapies
· Non-local healing
To learn more, attend an Information Session at New Milford Hospital (21 Elm Street, New Milford, CT):
· Tuesday, February 9th from 4 to 6 pm
· Monday, February 22nd from 4 to 6 pm
· Wednesday, March 3 from 4 to 6 pm
To RSVP, visit www.learn.edu/events or call (203) 874-4252 to speak to an Admissions Representative.
About The Graduate Institute:
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:
Experiential Health and Healing
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.
Information Sessions, workshops, and classes are held regularly in Stamford, Bethany, New Milford, Fairfield, and Hartford, CT. To RSVP or to find an event near you, please call (203) 874-4252 or visit www.learn.edu.