Holistic psychology graduate programs prepare students to pursue careers as counselors and other mental health professionals. Spiritual and pastoral counselors, teachers, psychology practitioners and others may have an interest in pursuing a holistic psychology graduate degree program. Students who have an interest in studying human nature as well as the physical, mental and spiritual needs of human beings will want to explore alternative psychology programs that are offered in transpersonal psychology schools or from somatic psychology graduate programs.
Find a Graduate School that offers Holistic Psychology graduate degree on-campus programs near you by filtering by location, including city, state or country. Attending a campus program will give you the opportunity to network with other students who are pursuing holistic psychology graduate degree programs, and it will also provide you with the benefits of the college experience, including extracurricular activities and face to face interaction with professors and students.
Campus holistic psychology programs to consider are Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Transpersonal Psychology and on-campus Master's in Transpersonal Psychology: Ecopsychology or a Master's in Psychoanalytic Body Studies.
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