SCA provides approved continuing education and training on addressing spiritual and religious issues in mental health care, including spiritual assessment, mindfulness, compassion, forgiveness and more. 

ENHANCING YOUR SPIRITUAL COMPETENCY ENABLES YOU TO
DELIVER MORE
EFFECTIVE AND culturally-relevant TREATMENT.

 

 

ONLINE CONTINUING
EDUCATION & SKILLS BUILDING PROGRAMS

for Mental Health Professionals
All courses are FREE to preview!

SCA OFFERS CE PROGRAMS

View our foundational course for spiritual competency:

Spiritual Assessment: An Evidence-based,
Ethically Sensitive, and Strength-based Approach

Receive Free CE credits during the pilot launch of this course
through May 31st, 2021.

Online Courses

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Workshops

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SPIRITUAL ASSESSMENT: Foundational Course for Spiritual Competency

SELF-COMPASSION: One of the fastest growing and most promising areas in psychology.

 

MINDFULNESS: An ancient spiritual practice and a contemporary mind-body technique that has shown mental and physical benefits.

FORGIVENESS: Once the province of religious traditions, forgiveness has found a home within psychology

 

Upcoming Live co-sponsored Workshops


What Is Spiritual competency?

SCA provides over 30 online courses and dozens of workshops, as well as access to audio-visual resources and articles that build your spiritual and religious competency. Spiritual competencies refer to the knowledge, attitudes and skills needed for understanding and addressing spiritual and religious backgrounds, beliefs, and practices as they relate to mental health.

SCA also co-sponsors live programs that provide skills trainings in mindfulness, self-compassion, and forgiveness practices, as well as other spiritually-based interventions that have an established evidence-base for use in healthcare settings.

These programs are offered by Spirit Rock Meditation Center, Stanford University Center for Compassion & Altruism Research & Education, and other leading mindfulness centers.

 

Questions?

Contact founder and instructor David Lukoff, PhD by email or call (707) 763-3576.