Join us Virtually for Tea & Talk to Discuss Integrative Health & Healing and Consciousness Studies
July 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDTFree
Join us for Tea & Talk about The Graduate Institute’s educational programs, philosophy, and student experience.
We invite you to join us for this immersive and informal experience to get a taste of TGI’s heart-centric approach to professional and personal development, as well as learn about our transformational holistic education.
This interactive conversation will be led by two of our gifted Program Coordinators, Kim Ruggiero and Susan Strickland; these two talented and articulate ladies — both graduates of TGI’s Masters Programs — will provide an unforgettable experience in learning about The Graduate Institute.
Join us Virtually for Tea & Talk so you can experience the following:
- A guided meditation by Mindfulness Meditation teacher Kim Ruggiero
- Discussion of holism and how the TGI learning experience is different from traditional education
- How TGI programs are transformational since the teaching modality invites coherence and a heart-centered connection into the cohort experience.
- You can book a one-on-one follow-up consultation with Kim or Susan!
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! Get a taste of TGI by attending our free educational webinars designed for your personal and professional growth.
View this short video from Bruce Cryer, President of TGI, on holistic learning:
Kimberly Ruggiero is a long-time meditator. She works as a Program Coordinator in Integrative Health and Healing and facilitates a Mindfulness Meditation Group at TGI – every Tuesday evening online – https://learn.edu/events/
Kim also works as a transformational coach and artist. She has a BS in Chemistry, MA in Consciousness Studies and studied at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Art. Kim has training in MBSR and is certified through the Engaged Mindfulness Institute.
SUSAN STRICKLAND, MA
Susan Moore Strickland, MA, is a former student of the Integrative Health and Healing Master of Arts Degree program at The Graduate Institute. Susan has more than 30 years’ experience in marketing and television production, fundraising and event management, and she is the former Publisher of M.D. News Magazine. In addition, Susan’s experience includes an Internship at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital as an Art Leader in the Arts for Healing Program, and, leading art workshops for Hartford Hospital. Susan is deeply committed to guiding students to become more aware, inspired and empowered people who are self-sufficient in healing themselves and in healing others.
We believe that the future is holistic. Help us create this future!
If you are interested in our programs, you can book a private consultation with our team – email Kimberly and Susan here – to save your spot now.