Professor Michael Kahn's Memorial
Our beloved colleague Michael Kahn died on Wednesday, July 9th at about 5 pm. Michael was a truly beautiful person and an inspiration to so many of us. It is hard to think of his passing but I am so happy that the ICP celebration last spring brought him back to CIIS to hear tributes from colleagues and alumni.
Michael Kahn retired from CIIS at the end of 2007. He first joined CIIS in 1988 as Director of the Integral Counseling Center; in 1993 he also became a member of the faculty. Michael was a gifted teacher, committed to helping students discover themselves as they learned to become therapists. His publications include Between Therapist and Client (Holt, 1997 revised), The Tao of Conversation (New Harbinger Publishing, 1996) and Basic Freud (Basic Books, 2002).
In his last days, Michael was able to say goodbye to the people closest to him. He told his wife Virginia that he wanted a simple memorial service in the Quaker tradition to be held at their house. Michael’s wife, Virginia, finalized the details today for Michael’s memorial service. Because many people wanted to attend, a larger venue was needed, and it took some time to arrange. More>>
CIIS at Burning Man
CIIS was represented in grand style on the playa at CIIS PCC Camp Cosmicopia. This year, Camp Cosmicopia was located at 3:45 Ephesus. The MFA program in association with the Arts at CIIS and the Center for Art and Social Justice also hosted an event and course during the week. More>>
Yana Womack (HUM, '04) offers Pilgrimage to Nepal
Do you feel a calling to travel to the mystical Himalayas?
Join: Nepal Mandala: A Pilgrimage to Kathmandu Valley with Yana Castle, Ph.D. This pilgrimage tour focuses on the healing arts, rituals, cultural and spiritual traditions in the Kathmandu Valley. More>>
CIIS and ACTCM Merger Update
the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) and CIIS signed a Definitive Legal Agreement regarding the merger of our two institutions. More >>
Join the CIIS Alumni Association in the Fall 2014 for engaging events that will stimulate the body, mind and spirit.