Post-Graduate Cert. in Transformative Counseling
MCPY 674 - Grief Therapy and Life Transitions
Explores life transitions and grief therapy as a necessary psychological experience for personal and communal transformation. Examines various clinical approaches and techniques through primary texts, demonstrations, case study and role play. Additional NOTE: Graduate Counseling students only.
MCPY 676 - Ecopsychology: Transformative Perspect
Explores and imagines the transformative possibilities of the earth-human relationship and the psychological and spiritual well being of individuals, families, communities, and the world. Applies transformative, clinical and eco-psychological perspectives. NOTE: Graduate counseling students only.
MCPY 681 - Transformative Counseling: Depth Perspct
Introduces Transformative Counseling. Explores transformative processes through imagination and dreaming. Includes Jungian-based readings, film, journaling, image and dream work, role play, expressive arts, and demonstrations in class. NOTE: Graduate counseling students only.
MCPY 682 - Personal Mythology and Narrative
Examines how the personal life story gives symbolic form to a person's core values and meaning. Emphasizes the relationship between personal stories, myths and therapeutic, transformative processes. NOTE: Graduate counseling students only.
MCPY 683 - Approaches to Dream Work
Explores the value that dream images, symbols, and motifs have for clinical practice for personal, cultural, and ecological transformation. Examines Jungian, Freudian, and Archetypal theories and applications of dream work. NOTE; Graduate counseling students only.
MCPY 687 - Cult Narratives: Lit/Myths/Fairy Tales
Explores the role of imagination in fashioning the narrative and transformative patterns of our daily lives. Identifies traditional and universal themes which appear in cultural, political, ecological and personal texts. NOTE: Graduate counseling students only.