Post-Grad Certificate in Psychospiritual Care

Course begins spring 2021

 

Contact: mastersmodule@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk for a brochure
or guy.harrison@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk (course leader) for an informal chat.



“The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has shown just how important the spiritual and the psychological dimensions of healthcare are. Extraordinarily the subject is all too rarely addressed head-on in professional education. I am delighted that the introduction of this course - the first of its kind in the UK for health and social care professionals -
will begin to address that gap” - Stuart Bell CBE (Former NHS Chief Exec)

The PGCert Psychospiritual care will be taught by educators and leaders in Oxford Health NHS Trust in partnership with Oxford Brookes University. The content of this programme is aimed at registered health and care practitioners from a wide variety of health and care professions, including nursing, midwifery, allied health care, chaplaincy, psychology, and psychotherapy, psychiatry, and social work roles.

  • Practical and accessible training in psychologically-informed spiritual care for health and social care professionals of all cultures, faiths, and beliefs

  • Taught by educators and leaders within Oxford Health NHS Trust in partnership with Oxford Brookes University over three semesters via a series of study days & supported personal study

  • Level 7 (60 credits)

  • Application deadline 5th February 2021 for May 2021 start

More information
Download A5 flyer (2.6MB pdf)
Download course brochure (0.2MB pdf)
OCSW Programme 2019

Autumn Workshop programme

Explorations in Psycho-Spiritual Care:
Creativity and human flourishing 2019

A series of personal and professional development workshops for health & social care professionals, counsellors & psychotherapists, chaplains and faith leaders who want to deepen their practice of psycho-spiritual care.

Dates:  Tues 17 Sep, Tues 15 Oct, Tues 19 Nov, Tues 10 Dec.

Workshop Programme and booking form

See also our Annual Lecture 2019 and our inaugural conference page.

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