The study of human relations and counselling is built on two major disciplines: the human sciences (especially the study of human behaviour, including psychology) and spirituality. Interpersonal relationships can be based on companionship, friendship, love, solidarity, professional interaction or other kinds of social activities. The spirituality aspect of the program pertains to relationships with other human beings, God and/or a Superior Being,
Offered by the Faculty of Human Sciences, these programs in Counselling and Spirituality help students better understand issues related to social justice, human development, openness to diversity, inclusion and humanism.
N.B. Registration for the Master's Program in Counselling and Spirituality - individual, couples or spiritual care is now closed. Please apply for September 2016.
|Hannah’s testimonial: a student in Human Relations and Spirituality at Saint Paul University|
|Claudia's testimonial: a student in Group Intervention and Leadership at Saint Paul University (in French)|
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