HEALING IN A WORLD OF NEED—at the Center for Anthroposophy in Collaboration with the Transdisciplinary Studies in Healing Education at Antioch University New England
Kairos Institute is offering a professional training in
- Artistic Therapies: Drawing, Clay, Painting
- Speech and Drama
As members of IArte, we will offer opportunities for an international diploma and will implement their recommendations.
Speech and Drama instruction will be guided by the Section for the Performing Arts, Goetheanum.
Kairos Institute is dedicated to bringing a unique program that reflects the needs of North America and the needs of our time. Kairos students are encouraged to take 3 semesters per year towards the required 1500 synchronous hours. Former training with relevant content or training in TSHE will be translated into contact hours. Please register for the entire season, or for individual courses.
Spring Residency: April 21-26, 2023, at Gathering Waters Charter School in Keene, NH Faculty: Sylvia Borau (guest faculty, clay therapist from Parzival Schule, Bernd Ruf’s school, Karlsruhe, Germany), Karine Munk Finser (core faculty, Kairos Director), Debbie Spitulnik (core faculty, Speech and Drama),
Maria Ver Eecke (curative eurythmist), Laurie Clark (early childhood, psychology of children’s drawings)
TUITION: $950 for each semester | Total for Year One: $2,850 | Individual courses $225-$350 per unit
If interested in earning an accredited M.Ed. or Certificate in Healing Education through Antioch University
New England, or pursuing further training in artistic therapies, send your inquiries to Karine Munk Finser, Director of the Transdisciplinary Studies in Healing Education Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information and to register, visit centerforanthroposophy.org/programs/kairos-institute
For information about online Module 2 (September 17 – December 10, 2022), click here.