Qualifications for Enrollment
Enrollment is closed for the 2020/2021 school year. Please contact [email protected] to have a conversation about starting with us in September of 2021.
Professionals, prepared for unique paths of service with diverse populations.
Our Interspiritual Counseling Program is open to all ordained clergy, healthcare and wellness professionals, life coaches, psychotherapists, expressive arts therapists, and those offering human growth services in diverse settings such as corporations, community-based organizations, schools, and non-profit institutions. Appropriate candidates may also be transitioning from other fields and feel a calling to become a spiritual counselor.
One Spirit Learning Alliance is committed to diversity and welcomes all qualified adults, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, ethnic background, socioeconomic status, or sexual orientation. Acceptance into the program is based heavily on the applicant’s character and emotional and spiritual maturity. Students must be able to communicate, read, and write at a post-secondary educational level.
Please apply early and allow 2 - 4 weeks to complete the Admissions Process
Please read more about it here.
Applications are accepted through the year. Once your application is complete and has been reviewed, an interview will be scheduled within five days. Once accepted into the program, students must return all necessary paperwork within two weeks to complete their matriculation.
Ideal Candidates demonstrate the following qualities
- A serious commitment to their spiritual life
- A desire to be of service to the world
- The recognition that there are many valid paths
- A commitment to self-awareness and self-responsibility
- A determination to grow and self-direct
- A desire to deepen their understanding and experience of the Infinite
- An interest in bringing spirit into all their relationships
We encourage anyone who is interested in the Interspiritual Counseling training program to call the Admissions office at 212-931-6840 ext. 151 and speak with the Director of Admissions for a brief conversation that will help evaluate your fit for the program.