Month: December 2014
We want to share with you one of our favorite stories, Empty Your Cup. Dr. Gordon often shares this story at our Mind-Body Medicine Training Programs.
This expansion is one of the first times the Veterans Health Administration is working with community resources.
Graduates of the master’s degree in Mind-Body Medicine are prepared to practice, teach, consult, and coach in medicine, wellness education and health promotion by working in private or group practices, hospitals, and organizations.
Saybrook University’s School of Mind-Body Medicine Offers Four PhD Specializations in Mind-Body Medicine
The Graduate School of Mind-Body Medicine now provides four doctoral level specializations, to prepare graduates for careers in healthcare and mental healthcare.
My desire is to have them leaving the one-day class understanding the physiological process of labor and birth, yes, and to create an opening that furthers them on their continuum to understand their individual and collective unfoldment of the physiology of the soul, mind, body, and spirit of parenting and partnering.