Laurel, Md. – Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the American Institute of Stress. MUIH and the American Institute of Stress have entered an educational partnership with the shared goal of promoting strategies for coping with stress; a health concern experienced by 55% of Americans according to the latest annual Gallup Poll on stress.
This collaboration expands MUIH’s role as a leader in integrative health, including the use of holistic and natural approaches to promote well-being. MUIH’s Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) Department offers a wide range of professional development courses in a hybrid format that provides the flexibility for the public, and healthcare professionals with the opportunity to sharpen their skills, develop new areas of expertise, and earn additional credentials.
“MUIH’s Professional and Continuing Education program is pleased to be certified by the American Institute of Stress to provide educational opportunities for health and healthcare providers to support clients and patients who are coping with the negative impacts of stress to improve their wellbeing,” said Beth Romanski, director of professional and continuing education at MUIH.
Will Heckman, executive director of the American Institute of Stress, said, “In its continued effort to help people transform stress through awareness, education, and collaboration, we are happy to announce a new educational partnership with the Maryland University of Integrative Health. We will now be offering four MUIH Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) courses certified by The American Institute of Stress as well as free access to MUIH’s Integrative Health Scholar Library.”
For more information about MUIH Professional and Continuing Education offerings, visit www.muih.edu/ce.
About Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH)
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) is a leading academic institution focused on the study and practice of integrative health and wellness and one of the few universities in the U.S. dedicated solely to such practices. Deeply rooted in a holistic philosophy, its model for integrative health and wellness is grounded in whole-person, relationship-centered, evidence-informed care.
Since 1974, MUIH has been a values-driven community educating practitioners and professionals to become future health and wellness leaders through transformative programs grounded in traditional wisdom and contemporary science. MUIH has more than 20 progressive, graduate degree programs in a wide range of disciplines, offered on-campus and online. In the on-campus Natural Care Center and community outreach settings, MUIH provides compassionate and affordable healthcare from student interns and professional practitioners, which delivers more than 20,000 clinical treatments and consultations each year. For more information visit www.muih.edu.
The American Institute of Stress
The American Institute of Stress is a non-profit organization established in 1978 at the request of Hans Selye to serve as a clearinghouse for information on all stress-related subjects. Other founding members included Linus Pauling, Alvin Toffler, Bob Hope, Michael DeBakey, Herbert Benson, Ray Rosenman, and other prominent physicians, health professionals, and lay individuals interested in exploring the multitudinous and varied effects of stress on our health and quality of life. In addition, AIS was formed to function as an ombudsman in this rapidly expanding field where a plethora of extravagant claims for worthless devices, nutritional products, and approaches threatened to drown out legitimate research efforts and advances. For more information visit https://www.stress.org.