The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology is offering a Women’s Spirituality Masters Program.
The Master’s in Women’s Spirituality is a graduate-level program for women who find themselves at a pivotal “crossroads” where they feel life should have more purpose and meaning.
Woman-Centered: The program explores and celebrates women’s history, feminist perspectives, spiritual practices, and women’s contributions to society, past and present.
Program Curriculum: Innovative curriculum integrates scholarly research, spirituality, embodiment, activism, ritual and the arts.
Acclaimed Faculty: Internationally-known leaders in the field of women’s spiritual leadership work closely with students to prepare them for scholarly research and community leadership.
Cohort Learning: A collaborative educational model wherein a small number of graduate students share the same core classes throughout the program and build a supportive learning community.
Social Activism: A community practicum allows students to contribute to the community by bringing aspects of the Feminine Principle into a variety of organizations. We will help you articulate your life work and design a plan of action to begin applying your work in the world.
Low Residency: Designed for busy women, the program entails one weekend per month on campus for two years, with no summer classes.
For more information, please visit: http://www.itp.edu/academics/low-residency/wsma-events.php