HEALING THE MIND THROUGH KNOWING THE MIND

Certificate Course in Applied Buddhist Psychology & Ethics

COURSE DETAILS

The aim of this program is to introduce the theory and practice of Buddhist Psychology through the Nalanda tradition of intellectual understanding, contemplation and action.

This Course is open to mental health professionals, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Psychiatric nurses, MSWs, Healthcare workers, Counselors, and other such allied service providers, also future Business Leaders, Entrepreneurs, Artists, Scientists, Economists, Political Scientists, Educators, Administrative Officers, Environmentalists, and other key personnel whose choices can impact many people.

Students will be encouraged to apply Buddhist Philosophy, Psychology and Analytical approaches to problems of daily modern life.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

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Theory Classes by Course Faculty, including Lectures, Movies, Discussions, Art & Stories

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Teachings by Visiting Faculty (Senior Buddhist Monk/ Teacher)

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Practical Work and Assignments
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Learners will have the opportunity to work as individuals, as well as in large and small groups.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Gain an introductory level understanding of the wisdom aspect of Buddhism & its applications for balanced mental health
Study the ethical framework of Bodhichitta, Paramitas & Mindfulness.

Understand concepts in the study of Mind from Eastern perspective and a few relevant parallels in modern psychology & neuroscience

Develop a context for ethics in daily life thereby, improve interpersonal skills, social skills and achieve purpose of life

COURSE INFORMATION

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Class Strength will be limited to 20-25 students

The course duration is for Five months

The course will run from December to April

Graduation in any stream is a requirement

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