Spirituality & Mind/Body Institute
The Spirituality and Mind-Body Institute supports training and research for the development of psychotherapists, healers, scholars and activists. Graduate students build knowledge of research supporting spiritual and mind-body practices as well as hands on clinical training. Research within the Institute examines the direct effects of spirituality on thriving in youth, to include investigation at multiple levels of analyses (clinical, MRI, genotyping) on spirituality as protective against mental illness and as a source of resilience in building respectful relationships and personal meaning and purpose. Generous funding for the Spirituality and Mind-Body Institute comes from corporate and family foundations.
Contact: Lisa Miller, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Psychology, Columbia University, Teachers College
Spring 2013 Classes:
- CCPX 4039 Non-Traditional Psychotherapies
- CCPX 4199 Jungian Analysis in Theory and Practice
- CCPX 4199 Issues: Mind-Body and Addictions
- CCPX 4199 Issues: Principles of Mind Body Unity
- CCPX 4199 Issues: Spiritual Development in Religious Traditions
- CCPX 5045 Psychotherapy, Religious Diversity, and Spirituality
Tuesday, April 2 (11:00a-12:30p)
Dr. Harris Friedman, Self-Expansiveness: Implications for Transpersonal Psychology Theory, Research, and Praxis.
ALL TALKS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC