The 33rd annual Nevola Symposium, the last in its long-time one-day format, took place at Thomas College in Waterville on June 11, 2019. In recognition of our transition to different forms of honoring the Nevola legacy, the 2019 program was a celebration and culmination of our many years of exploring the rich inter-relationships of spirituality and health. We assembled a group of our particularly outstanding past presenters and some energetic first-time presenters and invited them to develop interactive teaching sessions organized around this question; “What excites you in your work with spirituality and health, which you expect will chart some important direction in the years to come?” The resulting program offered a variety of ideas and approaches drawing upon both ancient spiritual traditions and modern empirical research… reconciliation, hope, gratefulness, mindfulness, resilience, happiness, and loving service, among others… applied to both personal and professional relationships.
Here you will find a link to the Nevola Symposium 2019 Brochure and below you will find links to many of the handouts from the program.
Frederic C. Craigie, Jr., PhD
Founder, Nevola Symposium
Licensed Psychologist/Emeritus Faculty, Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency
Visiting Associate Professor, Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona College of Medicine
Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine, Giesel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Handouts from the 2019 and concluding Nevola Symposium are available for these sessions (click on the session name):