Attend Salve Regina’s graduate information session on holistic counseling
Salve Regina’s graduate studies is hosting a virtual informational session on its holistic counseling program on Thursday, July 23, at 4 p.m on WebEx. The informational session will be led by Dr. Nancy Gordon, graduate program director, and Dr. Tobias Stapleton, dean of graduate studies and continuing education.
As the world wrestles with continuing questions around how to create a better tomorrow after a pandemic crisis, racial injustice and social upheaval, better mental health for individuals and healthier systems for society are at the forefront of people’s minds. What does it mean to take care of both the individual and society through a holistic lens that may lead to transformational change?
Students in the holistic counseling programs integrate foundational principles, based on social justice, advocacy and cross-cultural understanding. The programs seek to help students learn and understand how to observe, evaluate and incorporate the integration of body, mind and spirit into their professional lives. Within each program, students learn how to establish relationships based on empathy, respect and compassion.
Salve Regina offers a 60-credit master’s degree in holistic clinical mental health counseling and a 48-credit master’s degree in holistic counseling. Each program prepares students for careers in the professional counseling field in a variety of settings. Courses are offered in person at Salve Regina’s Newport, Rhode Island, campus, with select courses offered at the Center for Adult Education in Warwick, Rhode Island, and online.
To register for the information session, please go here.