In addition to psychotherapeutic basics such as building self-esteem and a healthy ego, establishing boundaries and family systems and relational dynamics; we go beyond ordinary consciousness, acknowledging the miracle of the soul, mystical experiences and multi-dimensional awareness in therapy.
Benefits of this Program
- The program is a comprehensive, evidence-based cohesive series of courses interwoven to provide the broadest opportunity for students to explore and learn the myriad modalities, techniques and theoretical foundations.
- Transformational Arts recognizes the unique individuality of humans and espouses no singular theory or modality of psychotherapy; it sees the potential of most techniques as tools to assist each person where they are at.
- This program is intended to meet the entry to practice competencies curriculum of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) for those contemplating a career and licensure to practice in Ontario.
- Most Faculty members are themselves graduates of the Psychotherapy program and are either Registered Psychotherapists (RP) or hold other professional designations and/or titles.
- Spiritual values and ethics are interlinked with teachings and classroom experience.
- Various states of consciousness are experienced through meditation, focusing, energy work, sound work and prayer as a means of deepening the students’ self-awareness and promoting spiritual growth.
- The program is inclusive, diversified, multi-cultural, non-denominational, and not religious. It embraces the Ontario Human Rights Code.
- You are encouraged to develop your own belief system which resonates and is meaningful to you.
Who is this program for?
This program is ideal for those wanting a private practice in psychotherapy, in holistic clinics or for institutions, agencies and clinics that are government associated.
Many graduates have opened successful private practices. Some work in wellness centres with other holistic and medical professionals. Others work in agencies and mental health institutions. Some have opened successful spiritual centres and facilitate workshops. Other students have taken these skills and applied them to corporate training, Human Resources or in becoming corporate psychotherapists.