Get Your Masters in
Integrative Health & Healing
- Learn at the Cutting Edge of Complementary and Alternative Modalities!
Why the Masters of Arts in Integrative Health & Healing
is the Best Option For You.
Learn to heal ALL of the parts of you: body, mind, emotions, and spirit!
Learn from leading practitioners of integrative & holistic healers such as
Bernie Siegel, MD
Norm Shealy, MD, PhD
Henry Grayson, PhD
Learner-Centered Approach to Education - the curriculum is about your interests and your curiosity.
Learn how to contribute to the health of everyone in your life.
Convenient Program - classes are ONE WEEKEND A MONTH.
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For Educators, this degree is an approved Subject-Specific Master of Arts degree for all PreK - through 12 educators by the Connecticut State Department (State Policy, C.G.S. 10-145b(g)) to satisfy requirement for the Professional Educator Certificate.
Costs less than $16,000 total which is less then any other school in Connecticut.
What Will You Learn?
The Master of Arts Degree in Integrative Health and Healing is a 36-credit degree program which examines health, wellness and illness from a holistic perspective. This approach involves comparing, connecting and integrating conventional, alternative and complementary approaches to promoting health and wellness as well as towards prevention and healing.
This program offers a unique and extraordinary opportunity to study the best of Eastern and Western medicine and psychology in a hands-on, interactive learning environment, providing not only up to date scientific knowledge but also experience and practice of many diagnostic and healing techniques focused on treating the whole person. This enables students who already are health professionals to learn and apply integrative models and methodologies that address health and wellness promotion and/or healing. In addition, the program also aims to expand the knowledge of non-medical “lay-learners” who choose to enroll in the program to develop a better understanding of integrative, alternative and complementary models and treatments and learn how to select and manage them according to their specific cases and needs.