Category Archives: Health Arts and Sciences

Waking in the Forest, Survivor Magic, Plant Medicine, Feminist Solidarity, and Movement and Meaning: Student Workshops at the Spring 2018 Residency

Here’s a sampling of some of the workshops presented by students at the Spring 2018 residency in February at Goddard College: Awake in the Forest: Practices for Deepening Your Bond with Nature, HAS student, Micah Mortali. In this workshop we … Continue reading

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Podcast: Lisa Evers and the Comfort Quest

Listen to a lively interview with Lisa Evers and Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg in which Lisa discusses her Comfort Quest, a revolutionary new way for people struggling with pain and discomfort to aim their attention toward greater comfort and peace. You can … Continue reading

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Graduating Student Presentations at the Spring 2018 Residency

A Joyful Noise: Reclaiming my Christian Voice, with IMA-TLA graduating student, Tracy Murphy. Please join me as I present the work featured in my thesis, “A Joyful Noise: Reclaiming my Christian Voice.” In this presentation, I will walk through some … Continue reading

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Louella Morgan-Richer on Unlocking Trauma, Strengthening Resilience and Redefining Self Through Embodied Practices

Louella Morgan-Richer recently graduated as a Health Arts and Sciences student in the Transformative Language Arts concentration. In reflecting on her journey, she discusses how the Goddard Graduate Institute experience changed her art and life. Her art work, evident in … Continue reading

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Graduating Student Presentations at the Fall 2017 Residency

A Recipe for Motivation, with Graduating Student Katherine Valenzuela. There is a gap between the understanding of nutrition and the utilization of this knowledge for athletic motivation. This presentation looks into this gap, or many gaps, making connections that can … Continue reading

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Comfort Quest by HAS Student Lisa Evers

A current Health Arts and Sciences Student, Lisa Evers, RN, just had an article on her MA study and some of her life’s biggest legacy work published in the American Holistic Nurses Association journal. Evers’ article, “Comfort Quest: Nursing Pain … Continue reading

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The Social Life of Natural Foods with Diasie Sammy-Christopher

Diasie Sammy-Christopher, a Health Arts and Sciences student, explains the ways we can come to understand food and “what extend we are manipulated by external sources.” Here’s her comments on engaging in the social life of natural foods. These videos … Continue reading

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