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Spirituality Mind Body, Masters Degree Program


The Spirituality Mind Body (SMB), Master of Arts Degree Program at Teachers College, Columbia University is the first Ivy League graduate program dedicated to merging spirituality and evidence-based research within the context of clinical psychology.
The SMB Masters Program provides an innovative framework in which students translate their inner journeys into outer change. As an incubator for experiential learning and teaching, contemplative inquiry, collaboration and research, the SMB Masters Program allows for students to connect to themselves and their work on a deeper level. They are provided with opportunities to build their own curriculum, implement long-term projects and conduct studies in the concentration of their particular interest.
At the heart of the program is a spiritual foundation that fosters connection and collaboration through a dynamic exchange of ideas among students, faculty and special guest lecturers. This structure allows for ongoing support through the process of personal and professional transformation. The SMB Masters Program is designed to build a global community of inspiring educators, mind-body healers, spiritual activists, mental health professionals and visionaries to catalyze a paradigm shift in education.
Core Values:

  • Inner, experiential development for more meaningful outer implementation and change
  • Sustainability within the context of interpersonal growth
  • An integrative and interdisciplinary approach to learning rooted in traditional forms of psychology
  • Spiritual leadership development for self-actualization
  • Innovative, collaborative thinking geared towards an emerging generation of service-oriented leaders

Students who graduate from the SMB Masters Program receive a Master of Arts degree in Psychology and Education with a concentration in Spirituality and Mind-Body Practice.

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