Religion and Spirituality in Clinical Practice

School of Professional Psychology and Health PSY 5019 2.00

One of three required courses in the Diversity sequence, this course examines theory, historical and contemporary research, and best clinical practice related to religion and spirituality. Spirituality is understood as a common aspect of human experience that presents in the therapeutic context. Students acquire knowledge and attitudes necessary for recognizing and addressing spiritual issues in the therapeutic context and for responding sensitively to religious beliefs of clients.

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