Graduate students in Salve Regina's holistic counseling program are presented with the idea that personal and system wholeness depends upon connectedness with the human community and with the natural world that supports it. The program seeks to help students learn and understand how to observe, evaluate and incorporate the integration of body, mind and spirit into their professional lives.
Join program director Dr. Nancy Gordon and Dr. Tobias Stapleton, dean of graduate studies and continuing education, to learn more about Salve Regina's 60-credit master's degree in holistic clinical mental health counseling and 48-credit master's degree in holistic counseling. Both programs prepare students for careers in the professional counseling field in a variety of settings. Courses are offered in person at the Newport campus, with select courses also available at the Center for Adult Education in Warwick and online.