MSc Course Module
In this course we examine the core epistemological and philosophical issues underlying a transpersonal approach to human psychology, explores major theoretical developments within, and closely related to, transpersonal psychology, and examine in greater detail several conceptual details within the field. Transpersonal models are inherently cross-disciplinary and often cross-cultural, attempting to arrive at more satisfying models of mind developed through the challenge of creating models that account for not only cognitive and neuroscientific data, but also insights developed by the world’s great spiritual traditions.
At the same time, this more integral approach requires greater critical discernment, so that findings from one discipline, tradition, or culture, are not misappropriated when employed in more integrative contexts. Transpersonal psychology is thus an exercise in developing a critical yet more inclusive psychology that is capable of explaining both mundane and transformative processes of the psyche.
In this course you’ll get an opportunity to: