Mental Health & Spirituality Certificate

6 courses, Credit/No Credit

Designed for working professionals, the Certificate in Mental Health and Spirituality builds greater spiritual awareness that helps you connect with people of all faiths. Six synchronous interactive and immersive online courses first ground you in the connection between spirit and health, and then go deeper into issues including chronic illness, bereavement, bipolar faith, healing, and clinical practice.

Required Certificate Courses

URAWI 501X Spirituality in Mental Health (0-2 Credits)

Learn concepts and strategies for understanding and integrating spirituality in mental health services for mental health professionals, clinical chaplains, community leaders, and others. Topics include understanding of cultural frameworks, multi-faith and interfaith frameworks, implicit biases, and working with instead of solving for diverse communities.

URAWI 502X Paradigms of Healing and Wholeness (0-2 Credits)

Explores a range of paradigms for human healing and wholeness, inspired by diverse spiritual traditions (e.g., Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, Native American, Sufi) and clinical frameworks (e.g., meaning-based therapy, Jungian depth psychology, inner cultivation of compassion and mindfulness). Emphasis is on experiential application of concepts and practice.

URAWI 503X Integrating Spirituality in Clinical Practice (0-2 Credits)

Students learn to utilize spirituality informed strategies and techniques to assess spiritual distress, guide treatment planning, implement appropriate evidenced-based interventions and evaluate therapeutic outcomes. Course is practitioner focused and designed to develop clinical skills integrating spiritual issues in therapy.

URAWI 505X Spirituality in Bereavement (0-2 Credits)

Gain academic training to supplement the practical experience of providing clinical, palliative, and hospice care to those who are dying and those who survive the dying, shifting from best intention to best practices. Topics include types of grief, possible psychological and spiritual complications in grieving, and rituals in grieving.

URAWI 506X Spiritual Journeys in Chronic Illness (0 Credits)

Learn, practice, and develop best practices for palliative caregivers, medical practitioners, interfaith chaplains, and more in dealing with issues of chronic illness, spirituality, and survival. Topics include understanding how age, degrees of function, and grief interplay in well-being.

This program of study is offered in partnership with the University of Redlands Applied Wisdom Institute. Interested in seeing more AWI programs?
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