Course on Death & Dying this Spring

The Center for Spirituality, Science & Medicine is pleased to offer a new elective spring quarter with Dr. Lichtenstein on death and dying.  Death is a topic we tend to avoid in our culture until we're faced with the loss of a loved one or a patient.  Death can be a sacred and healing process for families if we are ready and willing.  Learn more and register soon for this elective.

IS9516  Being with Dying: Conversations on Death

Free Screening Nov. 9 of "Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare"

Bastyr University California is co-sponsoring a free screening of the award-winning film about the American health care system.

Photos From Our Grand Opening

Bastyr University California celebrated its grand opening with more than 400 students, alumni, employees, friends and community members on September 14, 2012.

Tour the New Campus at our Sept. 14 Grand Opening

You've likely known for months that the Bastyr University California Grand Opening was scheduled for September 14, but now we have a few more details to help convince you to attend the reception!

Want to Experience Bastyr University California?

If you would like to learn more about the Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree program at Bastyr University California, you can learn more about it from faculty, Bastyr alumni and current students at the campus's first Experience Bastyr University California on Nov. 3.

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Frank, funny, and enlightening conversation on dying and death and living fully: Thursday, March 1 in the Chapel

(Please note change in the room: luckily for us, a recording was rescheduled, and so we will be able to be in the Chapel)

Lecture on Treating Seasonal Affective Disorder

Many people have recognized that illness, injury and physical pain are stress-related, but few know how to rapidly alter the stress component so that it changes the body. By the combined use of interpersonal neurobiology and the precise use of the patient's visual ecology, emotional distress can be changed in seconds.

Last 2 Acts of Death & Dying Series "going. Going! GONE?" Rescheduled for Feb. 16, March 1

The series "going. Going! GONE?" Death in three (conversational) acts" concludes with Act 2, called "Going!", from 7-8:30 p.m. February 16 in the Bastyr University Chapel followed by Act 3, "Gone?", from 7-8:30 p.m. March 1 in the Bastyr University Auditorium.  Tickets are $12 and will be sold at the door 30 minutes before start time.

What are the Health Risks of Genetically Modified Foods and Organisms?

When: 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Where: Bastyr University Auditorium

Les Berenson, MD, a board-certified physician in internal medicine, a leader in preventive and wellness medicine, and co-chair of GMO Free-Washington, will lead a discussion on the health risks of genetically modified foods and organisms during this event sponsored by the Center for Health Policy and Leadership.

A Conversation with Bastyr Alumna Catherine Darley, ND

When: Noon to 12:50 p.m. Thursday, November 10, 2011
Where: Room 146 (Willow Room)

Please join the Center for Health Policy and Leadership for a conversation with Catherine Darley, ND ('02), a Bastyr graduate who specializes in naturopathic sleep medicine in Seattle.  In her practice, Dr. Darley regularly co-manages patients along with allopathic sleep specialists, acupuncturists and homeopaths. 


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