Mental Health and Spirituality
Through the interdisciplinary curriculum, students are made aware of how one's spirituality is connected to or influenced by mental health issues, sociocultural status, and patterns of behavior. It also provides an understanding of how spirituality is intertwined with one's inner dynamics, personal development, and identity. This foundation allows students to break down barriers with those they serve.
Many mental health and medical professionals do not have extensive training in areas of spirituality, faith, or religion and are unaware of the ways it can be integrated into their daily work.
There are not any specific requirements for these courses.
This Certificate program is an ideal fit for social workers, psychologists, nurses, physicians, and psychiatrists seeking professional development or further specialized training.