The Center for Wellness Education and Research at Springfield College presented “Diet, Health, and the Wisdom of Crowds” From Tom Naughton, the writer/director of Fat Head.Read more about the event and Tom Naughton.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Springfield College has named Richard J. Wood the new director of the Center for Wellness Education and Research (CWER) at the College. Housed in the Springfield College School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, the mission of the CWER is to become the preeminent provider of practical, individualized wellness solutions aimed at disease prevention. Read more.
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The CWER specializes in designing wellness systems. Through in-depth interviews and data collection, the Center works with organizations to identify the challenges faced by their clients or members in achieving better wellness. Learn more about the Center for Wellness and Education and Research.
Mission: The mission of the Center for Wellness Education and Research (CWER) is to become the preeminent provider of practical, individualized wellness solutions aimed at preventing chronic disease.
The tremendous healing power of the arts has been the focus of Dr. Alter-Muri’s efforts for over 30 years. As the Director of SC’s Art Therapy programs and through her own scholarly activity, she has a broad understanding of the relationship between art and wellness. Recently, Alter-Muri’s research “Gender typicality in children’s art development: A cross-cultural study,” published in The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 41, Issue 2, was highlighted in The Wall Street Journal article “Drawing Conclusions About Gender Differences.”