9-Month Global Online Mentorship
Working Psychologically with Spiritual Issues, Crises, Traumas,Teachers, Students & Communities
September 2020 – May 2021, Tuesdays from 10:00 – 12:00 PST
18 CEs available at an additional cost through SCRC
Registration open for new cohort – register early as limited space is available.
Inquire for 15-minute entry interview here.
Clinical and Non-Clinical Tracks Available
For over 20 years, I have been supporting spiritual and religious practitioners, teachers/leaders, and communities to heal, grow, and thrive. Through the research and publication of four books on these subjects, over two decades of clinical experience as a psychotherapist, teaching extensively on these subjects, and integrating reader, student, and client feedback, there are deep and overarching themes and discernments that arise that are applicable to teachers and practitioners across a variety of religious, spiritual, and psychological traditions. This mentorship program is designed to teach, mentor, supervise, and “pass on the mantle” of this work to a small group of professionals who can become part of my personal referral network. Participants will emerge with knowledge, methods, protocols, and tools that can be integrated into their spiritual and religious communities, professional offerings, and personal practice in order to work skillfully and effectively in these areas.
(1) 2-hour instruction with both groups once/month
(1) 2-hour supervision and inquiry group/month with cohort;
(1) 1-hour peer-mentoring call/month – time arranged by participants
(2) 30-minute mentoring calls with instructor at beginning and end of mentorship program
Dates: Bimonthly meetings Tuesdays 10am-12pm, September, 2020 – May, 2021 (and monthly peer-mentoring calls time TBD by participants)
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Mentorship
The Clinical Track focuses on specific psychological diagnoses and treatment specific to mental health practitioners, and includes licensed or license-track psychologists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, nurses, and other mental heath professionals. The Non-Clinical Track is open and relevant to an array of counselors, spiritual teachers/students, yoga teachers/therapists/studio owners, coaches, graduate students, and those who wish to use the material to support their spiritual growth, communities, and creativity. The groups meet both together as one group, and separately, throughout the program. Instructor will assign tracks after initial entry interview. Interviews begin in March, 2020.
Areas of focus include:
- Learning to do psychotherapy, psychiatry, counseling, and yoga therapy in a spiritual context
Clinical Interventions for Spiritual Emergence and Emergencies
Working with Trauma in Personal Practice and Spiritual/Religious Groups
Mediating Conflict between Spiritual Teachers and Student
Providing Psychological Support in Scandals and Exiting Communities
Preventative Psychological Health Protocols for Spiritual Leaders, Practitioners, and Communities
Identifying and Healing Spiritual Bypassing in Spiritual/Religious Practitioners, Leaders, and Communities
Discerning Usefulness and Pitfalls of Psychedelics for Psychospiritual Integration, and Support for Psychedelic Crises