Course Description 3-course sequence leading to certification as a Certified Aquatic Trainer. Aquatic Training for Practitioners is a hybrid course, with both online and workshop components.
Course Description The Aquatic Training Internship allows students to provide aquatic training under supervision. The supervised practice is evaluated to determine whether a students is qualified to be certified as an Aquatic Training. Prerequisites: Successful completion of all the Aquatic Training Core Courses.
Course Description The Aquatic Healing course explores the healing aspects of Water Breath practice. It expands on the tools learned in the Water Breath: Aquatic Breathwork and Watra: Water Tantra courses. Students learn to create and maintain a sacred, supportive environment, and to create sessions that address clients’ individual needs. Personal Growth Water Breath is based on breathwork, which accesses more… More
Course Description Watra is the practice of tantra in water. The support of the water enables greater freedom of movement, comfort, and fluidity. The soothing water caress the entire body and awaken its natrual sensuality. Surrounded by the body-temperature water is reminiscent of the nurturing womb. It enhances deeper intimacy and connection to the birth… More
Course Description This course introduces Water Breath‘s fundamental neurorespiratory integration: merging with the water, letting the breath and the body wave effortlessly with emotional, sensual, and subtle energy flows, which bring increased pleasure and inner awareness. Water Breath is a method of rebirthing ourselves. The comforting support of the warm water, gradual movement through a series… More
Course Description Musicians and Artists for Peaceand Artists for Peace is a global network of performing and fine artists who dedicate their work to peace, promote freedom of expression through the arts and oppose governmental repression of creativity; preserves the diverse cultures of the world through cultural exchange; support environmental, human rights, world hunger and… More
Course Description Resources for comprehensive academic research, including references to internet libraries, reference resources, government, and news sources.
A course for educators who implement passion-based education. It allows students to overcome hardships to achieve a goal that is meaningful to them.
Course Description Online Course Development introduces teachers to tools and resources to create and manage courses.
Educational Technology Research and Development is the only scholarly journal in the field focusing entirely on research and development in educational technology.
Course Description Sexual wellness is a rich and deep union with yourself and others that yields connection and meaning in your life and relationships. In this course you learn how to channel ecstatic passion and life force energy through the body’s main energy centers (chakras). These ecstatic flows of passion, called Kundalini, bring complete full-body… More
Course Description This course explores the role of interpersonal communication in passion life. How do we allow full expression of our passion without hindering others’? Through the use of touch, verbal enhancement, love, humor, courage, therapeutic challenges, stories, song, movement and case studies, we will journey to those places in the soul that we legitimately… More
Basic Research Methods The Ph.D. in Holistic Psychology students are expected to complete a research praparation in foundational theories, principles, and practices specific to the proposed dissertation research, thus clarifying the underlying principles and justifications that support the proposed concept for research. Students must complete a suitable research methods course. Students must pass a quality… More
Course Description Using selected examples, this course will introduce students to the variety of ways to conduct research in Psychology. Topics Covered: The scientific method Ethical issues in human and animal research Designing, running, analyzing and writing up a research project Experimental, observational and correlational research strategies
Relations between the psyche and the macrocosm East and West traditions and mythological archetypes Common
Research into altered states of consciousness. The lecture part of this course reviews East-West approaches to spiritual experiences. Topics covered: Objective and subjective perspectives to higher states of consciousness. Neural and physiological studies, compared with experiential testimonials. Cartography of HSC. Major modalities such as sleep and dreams, trance, psychoactive plants and drugs, hypnosis, meditation, lucid… More
Topics covered: Development of the self from infancy through adulthood Life transitions, stages of development, and rites of passage Object relations theory Social and systemic theories Limits and possibilities of transformation within the life cycle
Course Description Topics covered: Characteristics of clinical practice Theories of individual and family therapy Basic clinical methods Therapeutic communication Questions, assumptions and processes underlying psychotherapeutic techniques The role and function of a clinician Transference, counter-transference, intervention, and empathic listening Guided practice, demonstrations, and integration of personal and theoretical factors Clinician-client relationships Ethical aspects of clinical… More