Certified Psycho-Spiritual Therapists
A Certified Psycho-Spiritual Therapist engages in a collaborative process with individuals, families, communities, organizations and other institutions for the purpose of the assessment, treatment and meaning-making of cognitive, emotional, spiritual, relational, behavioural, identity, educational, moral or developmental disturbances and challenges across all stages of the human life cycle.
Spirituality is integrated into psychotherapeutic work in the context of a therapeutic relationship. A Certified Psycho-Spiritual Therapist integrates psycho-education, mental health, wellness, spirituality, religion, pathology and human development principles. Interventions informed by religion, spirituality and the social sciences (psychology, sociology, theology, anthropology) as well as, counselling and psychotherapeutic theories, ethical standards, human diversity and the range of human traditions are used.