Could transformative education lead to greater career clarity?
Join us for this interactive workshop and discussion utilizing reflective practice and self-awareness to become more aware of your own inner desires. Learn about how reflective practice aligns with transformative education and how transformative education can lead to career growth and change.
This free webinar is called Transformative Education and Career Clarity because we will be highlighting the ways in which reflection, awareness, deep noticing, and transformation allow each of us more clarity. Together we will explore our inner spaces, listen deeply, engage in dialogue with each other and learn about transformative, holistic education at The Graduate Institute.
Presented by: Bruce Cryer and Carrie E. Neal
Joining Bruce, for this inspirational webinar will be Carrie E. Neal, MAT, MA, ACC. Carrie is the Program Coordinator for The Graduate Institute’s Consciousness Studies & Transpersonal Psychology and founder of North Feather Solutions:
Bruce Cryer is The Graduate Institute’s President and adjunct faculty at Stanford University, an author, mentor and leadership consultant. Bruce was a founding director of HeartMath, the acclaimed stress/performance institute where he also served as CEO for 11 years. He has taught programs on stress, performance, and creativity at Stanford since 1997, drawing on both his long business background and his years as a performance and visual artist in New York.
We believe that the future is holistic and we’d love for you to be a part of this future!
“20 years into our role as the leading accredited institution for holistic studies on the East Coast, The Graduate Institute has charted a unique course in higher education.
We firmly believe that especially during these uncertain, worrying COVID-dominated times we live in, our renowned Masters and Certificate programs are more relevant and valuable to improve your work and personal lives than ever.
TGI offers a practical new model of learning around relevant topics grounded in a holistic worldview — seeing individuals, communities, families, organizations, and countries as whole, integrated, interrelated systems — a view which is more essential than ever.
If you have thought about studying with us but just haven’t had the time or the resources, we invite you to browse our site and then reach out to a member of our admissions team for a personal consultation. If financial assistance is a need, we have a variety of ways we can support your involvement with these life-changing programs.”
— Bruce Cryer, MA, President