The Holistic Health Learning Center (HHLC)

The HHLC serves as an important academic and social center for the Holistic Health Studies program. The Center houses a significant collection of works from the growing field of alternative and complementary health practices. There are currently over 5,000 books and journals, and hundreds of audio-visual resources. Staffed by student interns under the supervision of HHS faculty member, Kenn Burrows (who started the Center in 1995), and volunteer coordinators. It is a wonderful resource for research and respite.

Located in HSS329
Hours vary by semester, contact HHLC

The IHHS Biofeedback and Self-Healing Laboratory

The Biofeedbak and Self-Healing Laboratory is used for student biofeedback training and research as well as the Healthy Computing campus ergonomics assessment program.

Located in HSS329
Contact Erik Peper, PhD


Stat CORR (Statistics Community of Representative Researchers) holds special training sessions and workshops to foster, support, and promote the dissemination of quantitative and qualitative research skills. A key goal is to facilitate networking of faculty, students and staff with appropriate individuals who possess knowledge of research design and analysis. These skills can be applied from concept to data analysis. Stats CORR was created with the assistance of SF States Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) under the guidance of Dr. Richard Harvey (Institute for Holistic Health Studies & Department of Health Education) and Dr. Jeff Cookston (Department of Psychology). For more information please contact Richard Harvey via email, telephone, or an office visit.

Richard Harvey, PhD
HSS 318


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