Spiritually Integrated Case Consultation Part 1 & 2

This course helps practitioners learn ethically sound ways to use their personal spiritual perspectives as a resource for understanding their clients, their relationship with their clients, and what happens in the practice of therapy.  It also helps participants explore and work with issues of spiritual countertransference.

Course Learning Objectives

At the end of these courses, participants will be able to:
1. Construct a Spiritually Integrated Case Conceptualization to present to and discuss with peers
2. Integrate spirituality into clinical assessment and treatment planning
3. Recognize the "heart of the matter" spiritual issues implicit in clinical symptoms and client personality styles
4. Name strategies to distinguish between spiritual issues and mental health issues