The coursework in the Certificate in Transpersonal Psychology program exposes students to a range of transpersonal perspectives in psychology as well as preparing students to work in the field. Students will develop a variety of personal and professional skills and knowledge relevant to transpersonal psychology including:
- Transpersonal approaches to therapy, coaching, and consulting
- Spiritual direction and guidance
- Transpersonal approaches to teaching and learning
- Qualitative research design methods
- Providing professional transpersonal presentations and training
Career outcomes from this program primarily focus on expanding one’s scope of practice. Students currently engaged in clinical work—including coaching, consulting, teaching, professional training, spiritual guidance, conflict resolution, crisis intervention, social transformation, or peace psychology— will have the opportunity to expand their professional practice to include transpersonal understanding and awareness. Additionally, this certificate prepares individuals whose primary career objectives include working to enrich their professional work and engage in raising individual and collective awareness of the transpersonal.
More program information can be found in our academic catalog.
*Hartelius, Rothe, and Roy, 2013, p. 14