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East-West Psychology Info Session

January  30, 2014
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

 

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  • Free admission
 
 

East-West Psychology Info Session

Followed by Guest Lecture with Claudio Naranjop from 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Each program offers informational sessions designed to offer you a sense of a program’s educational mission and admission requirements.You will have the chance to ask questions about curriculum to help you find the best program for your educational goals. If you are unable to attend a session but would like more information, please contact the admissions counselor for your program of interest.

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Please fill out the R.S.V.P. form on the MyCIIS student portal to secure your spot one of our info sessions. Guests are welcome.

TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING

For transportation and parking information, please see the directions page. Parking around the Institute is limited; you'll find metered parking spots as well as pay-per-hour and daily-rate parking lots. We recommend that you take public transportation: The campus is located just a few short blocks from the Civic Center BART Station and the Van Ness MUNI station and is accessible via several bus lines (14, 47, and 49 buses, as well as the F Line, which runs along Market Street).

Room 308, California Institute of Integral Studies, 1453 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103

 
 

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The East-West Psychology (EWP) department is a multidisciplinary department concerned with the meeting of Eastern, Western, and indigenous psychological and spiritual traditions. Through its unique combination of cognitive and experiential offerings, the department seeks to ground academic excellence and the acquisition of professional skills in both the personal transformation of students and the cultivation of a spiritually informed scholarship.