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Become a Holistic ChangeMaker – Alumni Panel
May 20, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDTFree
This webinar took place May 20, 2021. Here is the recorded event.
Join us for two dynamic events this week to discuss Holistic Studies, Career, and Life.
Especially if you are interested in the Integrative Health & Healing (IHH) Masters and Certificate programs, this amazing group of women — all TGI Alumni – will be sharing their stories of how a TGI education has impacted every aspect of their lives.
This personalized conversation hosted by me is an opportunity to discuss all of the compelling benefits of the holistic approach when it comes to our health and wellbeing as well as professional development.
Even if you feel you are not ready to apply just yet or have not chosen a career path, we believe you will gain tremendous value no matter what your heart’s desires!
During our Thursday panel discussion, you’ll discover why the IHH program is considered life-changing. In fact, Dr. Artemis Morris, ND the IHH Program Academic Director, says that “Our graduates are change-makers! The more people who complete this program, the more people are out there who have the ability to be a model for their environment — people who honor a more holistic world and our interconnectedness.”
BECOME A HOLISTIC HEALTH CHANGEMAKER, Dr Artemis Morris, ND
Dr. Artemis is a co-academic director with Dr. Bernie Siegel for the Masters in Integrative Health and Healing Program at The Graduate Institute. She is dedicated to educating her patients, colleagues, and the general public about natural and integrative medicine.
Meet the Panel!
Meet the people who come to our programs this Thursday, and let us tell you what makes our programs and learning experience holistic as well as extraordinary.
Cheryl Martinelli, M.A. in Integrated Health and Healing from The Graduate Institute: Cheryl has been a teacher in CT for 36 years and is also a professional photographer and author; her book, The ABCs of Health & Healing, was published in Feb., 2020.
Alyssa Arroyo, MA, Integrative Health & Healing, The Graduate Institute, is an educator, a coach, and a lifelong learner. She attended UConn, Bachelors in biology and later attended The Graduate Institute for her Masters in Integrated Health & Healing. She currently teaches science at Crosby High School in Waterbury. She is always looking for ways to engage the young minds that inspire her, for they are the key to a brighter future. “Dig deep, get up that hill” -Alyssa Arroyo
Alyson Iannicelli, MA, Integrative Health & Healing from The Graduate Institute, is an Integrative Health and Energy Medicine Practitioner specializing in Energy Medicine Yoga. Whether it’s through easy movement routines or coaching, Alyson helps individuals balance underlying patterns of dis-ease and clear energetic blocks that may limit one’s personal evolution. She is a Master EMYoga teacher, holds a Masters of Integrative Health and Healing and is a 500-hour registered yoga teacher. Alyson is passionate about living a harmonious life, inside and out and is dedicated to helping others to achieve the same! She believes that each individual can unlock the ancient healing wisdom that lives within to achieve optimal well-being.
Alicia Feller, LCSW, MA Integrative Health & Healing from The Graduate Institute; Chief Executive Officer at State of CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Alicia is a licensed clinical social worker and certified hypnotherapist. She currently offers a variety of wellness services through her private practice and is a Certified Holistic Stress Management Instructor.
Gina Foster, MA, Integrative Health & Healing, The Graduate Institute
Ms. Gina Foster, holds an associate as well as Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and an MA in Integrative Health & Healing from The Graduate Institute. She has been working as a nurse for over 30 years in a variety of positions from pediatric to geriatric nursing. She came into TGI’s program frustrated with the many side effects from chemical interventions, leading people to believe that if they could just take a pill all of their troubles would be over. She found that the program not only supported but broaden her world view and offered a variety of interventions which worked on correcting imbalances in the spirit, soul and body.