The Certificate in International Psychology program prepares those currently engaged in clinical work—including disaster and relief work, consulting, professional training, spiritual guidance, or conflict resolution—to expand their professional practice into an international context. Topics may include:
- African American cultural history
- Indigenous psychology and cultural sensitivity
- Psychology, religion, and spirituality
- Socially engaged spirituality
- The life and work of Alan Watts
This program is designed for individuals desiring to expand their professional practice to include international contexts and settings, or to integrate an international framework and sensitivity into their current professional practice. Integrating international perspectives into their profession, graduates may engage in the practice of international psychology in a culturally sensitive manner.
More program information can be found in our academic catalog.