Master of Arts in Psychology (M.A.): Focus on Spiritual Psychology

Master of Arts in Psychology (M.A.): Focus on Spiritual Psychology

masters degree in spiritual psychology

The Spiritual Psychology Master of Arts program at Eisner Institute for Professional Studies delves into the nature of consciousness and who we are. Spiritual psychology can range from the transpersonal, intuitive to the paranormal. The program promotes the integration of spiritual approaches with various psychotherapeutic modalities.

The student will encounter and learn elements of the mind/ body connection. Spiritual psychology is an expansive area and intersects with a variety of disciplines. The main focus is in the psychology arena. The spiritual/mental health approaches that are covered can be integrated into the private practice of psychology, counseling wellness coaching, and consulting.

Masters Degree in Spiritual Psychology

One major advantage at EIPS is that we do not require a thesis or dissertation. On the other hand, we require a Capstone which is either a position paper or a research proposal. The Capstone is written in a professional style following APA guidelines. The classes are small in number which allows more effective communication and learning. The M.A. is a two-year program EIPS uses an asynchronous format which allows for great flexibility in terms of time and convenience. EIPS is 100% online with no residency requirement.

 M.A. courses in Spiritual Psychology:

Introduction to Professional Writing
Legal and Ethical Issues
Survey of Psychotherapy
Issues in Life Span Development
Wellness Coaching
Hypnosis, Meditation, and Visualization
Shamanistic Therapy
Group Counseling
Mind, Brain, and Consciousness
Human Cultural Diversity
Energy Psychology
Trauma Intervention and Crisis Counseling
ETOH and Chemical Dependence
Synchronicity and the Collective Unconscious
Introduction to Clinical Research Methods
Final Capstone Project