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IDH 8986: Spirituality and the Health Sciences (Honors)
For more information contact: Dr. Lou Ritz
A course intended for undergraduate health science majors, particularly pre-medical students, who are interested in exploring the interface of spirituality and the health sciences. The course consists of weekly presentations and discussions led by the course instructors (and some members of the UF Center for Spirituality and Health). Student group dialogue and exchange will be emphasized. Topics typically include: Spirituality: Its Nature and Varieties Health: An MD''s Perspective Health: Viewpoints from Religions Taking a Spiritual History: Patient-Physician Dialogue Research on Prayer and Health Meditation and Wellness The Art of Patient Care Stress Management Wisdom in Aging Near-Death, Death and Dying Care for the Soul: Living the Healthy and Spirited Life.
PSY 6985 - Contemplative Psychology/Psychotherapy
For more information contact: Dr. Michael Murphy
This class explores the interface of Western Psychology and the world''s contemplative traditions. We will explore various Western and Non-Western spiritual traditions as they relate to psychological health and being authentically human. We will explore how contemplative practices can enhance well-being and the practice of psychotherapy. Since contemplation requires being still and quieting the mind, the course is highly experiential. Students will learn how to do mindfulness meditation and there will be an optional all-day silent retreat as part of the class. The class is open to graduate students who are training to be counselor/psychotherapists as well as to others who have a deep interest in the topics addressed in this class.
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Koichiro KURAJI (Professor)
Toshiaki OWARI (Associate Professor)
Takuya HIROSHIMA (Lecturer)
Yuko ASANO (Lecturer)
Nobuaki TANAKA (Assistant Professor)
Naoko MIURA (Assistant Professor)
Yusuke MIZUUCHI (Assistant Professor)
Takanori SATO (Project Assistant Professor)