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EDE423 Spirituality, Religion, and Healing in Counseling

Introduces students to the practice of integrating religion, spirituality and healing into the humanistic counseling/therapeutic relationship. Surveys the current issues pertaining to the assessment and treatment of clients incorporating religious and spiritual constructs, including the various religious worldviews, an understanding of the psychological development of religious and spiritual perspectives, the treatment of religious and spiritual dysfunction, the incorporation of religious and spiritual assets, the spiritual and healing aspects of the body and mind connection, the connection of spirituality with the creative process, and a review of the clinical research in this particular aspect of the counseling field.

Credits: 3
Offered: Summer (even)A
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: Open to counseling students, or by permission of instructor
Instructors: D. Guiffrida, D. Linnenberg, M. Lynch, K. Mackie
EDE 423 Spirituality, Religion, and Healing in Counseling course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.