Integrating Theory and Practice for Spiritual Care or Psycho-spiritual Therapy

College Emmanuel College
Instructor(s) Panton, Amy
Course Code EMP3541HS
Semester Second Semester
Section 6201
Online Yes
Credits One Credit
Location Online – Synchronous

This course provides students opportunities to demonstrate the MPS outcomes, CASC and entry-to-practice CRPO competencies. Early in the semester, in consultation with professor and small group members, students will develop a learning covenant to identify specific learning goals, including a bibliography and process/timeline for achieving identified goals. The goals will be established in relation to their learning through the program based on their ability to demonstrate the MPS Outcomes, CRPO and/or CASC/ACSS Competencies. The course will culminate in 4 papers which will be merged into one large paper and submitted at the end of the course. In the assignments students will articulate and give evidence for their safe and effective use of self, the psycho-spiritual theory base for their practice and will demonstrate integration of their spiritual care/psycho-spiritual practice into a theological/spiritual/religious framework.

Pre-Requisites 75% completion of degree program including min. 1 practicum (2 is preferred)
Schedule Mon
Start Time 17:00
End Time 20:00
Hours Per Week 3
Minimum Enrolment 10
Maximum Enrolment 40
Program Requirement All competencies for the CRPO and CASC will be addressed in this course as the integrative course for the program.
Teaching Method
Means of Evaluation
Summative Paper
Short Paper
Previously Offered Winter 2023
Currently Offered Winter 2024
Next Scheduled Winter 2025