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GAHLC - Available Courses

GAHLC - Available Courses

GAHLC - Available Courses

 

Courses ^

Global Academy of Holistic Leadership and Coaching Inc. is currently offering access to the following courses. Please select the course you are interested in for more information.

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Level 6 Diploma in Transpersonal Psychology ^

Therapeutic Intervention (Integration Of Spirituality Into Psychiatric Practice)

Details

  • Duration: 8 months
  • Professor: Oluwafemi Esan
  • Units: 5
  • Prerequisites: None

The health professions have primarily followed a medical model that seeks to treat patients by focusing on medicines and surgery and gives less importance to beliefs and faith – in healing, in the physician and the doctor-patient relationship. This reductionism or mechanistic view of patients as being only a material body is no longer satisfactory. Patients and physicians have begun to realise the value of faith, hope and compassion in the healing process. The medical model is, therefore, focused on physical causes and largely ignores environmental or psychological causes.

Structure

  • Unit 1: Finding Purpose and Meaning in Life
    Awareness of the patient’s need to find a sense of meaning and purpose in life, his/her personal search for answers to deeper questions concerning birth, life and death and awareness of the difference between spirituality and religion and their inter-relatedness.
  • Unit 2: Understanding Altered States of Consciousness
    Knowledge of spiritual crises, meditation, prayer and altered states of Consciousness, including Near-Death Experiences (NDEs).
  • Unit 3: Understanding the Spiritual Significance of Positive and Negative Emotions in Mental Health
    Knowledge of the spiritual significance of anxiety, doubt, guilt and shame, and the spiritual importance of love, altruism and forgiveness, and their relation to mental health.
  • Unit 4: Application of Quantitative and Qualitative Research to Spirituality and Psychiatric Practice
    Familiarity with issues related to research, for example, the application of quantitative and qualitative research to the field of spirituality and psychiatric practice and the contribution of research to understanding the neurophysiology and efficacy of prayer, meditation, forgiveness and love. Competence in recognition of his/her own counter-transference responses to spiritual disclosures.
  • Unit 5: Understanding The Reality of Spiritual Identity
    For some children and families, cultural and spiritual identity are central to health and wellbeing. Service provision is more effective if it respects and incorporates service users’ cultural and spiritual understandings. Spiritual identity entails identifying with a particular belief system and is deeply important for many children and families. Spiritual identity may or may not be associated with organised religion or belief systems.


Level 6 Professional Diploma in Transpersonal Psychology ^

A Transpersonal Mental Health Therapy Training

Details

  • Duration: 10 months
  • Professor: Oluwafemi Esan
  • Modules: 8
  • Prerequisites: Level 6 Diploma in Transpersonal Psychology is recommended

The health professions have primarily followed a medical model that seeks to treat patients by focusing on medicines and surgery and gives less importance to beliefs and faith – in healing, in the physician and the doctor-patient relationship. This reductionism or mechanistic view of patients as being only a material body is no longer satisfactory. Patients and physicians have begun to realise the value of faith, hope and compassion in the healing process. The medical model is, therefore, focused on physical causes and largely ignores environmental, psychological, and spiritual causes of mental health illness. The aim of our transpersonal mental health therapy training is to integrate spiritual health as the foundation for sound mental and emotional wellbeing. Spiritual health includes a purposeful life, transcendence and actualization of different dimensions and capacities of human beings. Spiritual health creates a balance between spiritual, physical, psychological, and social aspects of human life.

Religious Components

The religious components may be the result of human connection with God, including a sense of connection with God, love of God, prayer, the feeling that God is effective, and God-oriented knowledge, attitude, and behaviours. The individualistic component comes from human connection with himself. Instances include self-scrutiny, examining the meaning of life, hope, self-actualization, moral virtues, peace, responsibility for oneself, balance, transcendence, values, mysticism, culture, and knowledge, attitude, and behaviours in relation with oneself.

Material World-Oriented Component

This refers to human connection with others and the nature. Connection with others creates a sense of responsibility toward them, unconditional love, forgiveness, pacifism, harmony with others, and knowledge, attitude, and behaviours in relation with others.

Structure

  • Module 1: Transpersonal Ontology
    Ontology is the branch of philosophy that studies concepts such as existence, being, becoming, and reality. It includes the questions of how entities are grouped into basic categories and which of these entities exist on the most fundamental level.
  • Module 2: Understanding the Spiritual Nature of the Human Mind
    The mind is the set of faculties responsible for mental phenomena. Often the term is also identified with the phenomena themselves. These faculties include thought, imagination, memory, will and sensation.
  • Module 3: Understanding the Principles of Eternal Purpose of Life
    Awareness of the patient’s need to find a sense of meaning and purpose in life, his/her personal search for answers to deeper questions concerning birth, life and death and awareness of the difference between spirituality and religion and their inter-relatedness.
  • Module 4: Psychosynthesis Transpersonal Theory of Consciousness
    From a psychosynthesis point-of-view, our life’s journey is to seek, reconnect, and synthesize the consciousness and will of the Self with the consciousness and will of the “I” – in other words, to synthesize the transpersonal with the personal. What distinguishes psychosynthesis from most other psychologies is the understanding that the Self relates to the higher qualities within human beings that allow them to foster their I-Self connection and grow towards their authentic personality.
  • Module 5: Understanding the Role of Divine Communication in Spiritual Health
    Spiritual wellness acknowledges our search for deeper meaning in life. When we're spiritually healthy, we feel more connected to not only a higher power, but to those around us. We have more clarity when it comes to making everyday choices, and our actions become more consistent with our beliefs and values.
  • Module 6: The Transpersonal Self-Identity
    The transpersonal has been defined as experiences in which the sense of identity or self extends beyond (trans) the individual or personal to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche or cosmos.
  • Module 7: Understanding the Influence of Religion on Mental Health
    Psychology of religion consists of the application of psychological methods and interpretive frameworks to the diverse contents of religious traditions as well as to both religious and irreligious individuals. Harking back to Sigmund Freud, some psychologists have characterized religious beliefs as pathological, seeing religion as a malignant social force that encourages irrational thoughts and ritualistic behaviours.
  • Module 8: The Transpersonal Mental Health Practitioner Framework
    Our transpersonal mental health practitioner framework is underpinned by the three components of spiritual health : Religious, Individualistic, and Material world-oriented.


Quality in Education ^

Teachers Training

Details

  • Duration: 2 months
  • Professor: tbd
  • Units: tbd
  • Prerequisites: None

A two months course intended for educators and vice councellors about how to maintain quality in education. Planned for Aril 2022. While our monthly webinar can be accessed for free, you will gain access to additional discussions and consultancy sessions with your purchase.

Structure

  • Structure to be determined.

 

 

 

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