In the Gospel, Christ heals again and again. He heals lepers, makes lame men walk and blind men see. Yet, we know that the miracles He performed were more than physical. He set these people free–free to live lives of freedom and virtue.
Today, men and women at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences are taking God’s call to be healers seriously. Through an M.S. in Psychology, alumni go on to serve people in a variety of jobs and help those they encounter to flourish.
Students study a model of psychology that bases modern psychology in the Catholic Church’s rich understanding of the human person. The program teaches skills such as negotiation, crisis de escalation, volunteer management and a host of other practical tools that enable students to become instruments of God’s healing in the world.