Spiritual Counseling Certification and Degree

A Metaphysics Doctoral Degree Will Aid Your Life and Career in Many Ways

Accelerated Metaphysics PhD Degree Program 

Get your degree in Metaphysical Spiritual Counseling

Doctoral Metaphysics PhD Degree Program. Metaphysics degrees. Metaphysical degrees.The Spiritual Counseling / Spiritual Counselor degree is the primary metaphysics path for students who desire to conduct spiritual counseling, transpersonal counseling, life coaching, write books, do training or speaking, practice holistic arts, conduct pastoral social work, and more. This specialization will teach students our proprietary style of coaching/counseling called Life Leadership Coaching --A Transpersonal Approach to Self-Completeness. This intensive program teaches students many practical life skills with the intention of better helping clients, as well as many specific coaching/counseling techniques. Life Coaching focuses on helping clients achieve goals and overcome personal and professional challenges whereas Spiritual Counseling primarily addresses the spiritual nature of client issues and is an integral part of pastoral counseling. Students will learn techniques for both modalities so that they may be better equipped to address a variety of client needs. Graduates are provided with a full complement of discovery and analysis forms as well as two different behavioral profiles to use in their practices and training.

This specialization requires ordination in the International Church of Metaphysical Humanism (ICMH) (included) or in another bona-fide religious institution if a student does not want an ICMH ordination. Ordinations from the Universal Life Church are acceptable.

Primary Doctoral Degree is: (will be printed on your Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral diplomas)

Doctor of Metaphysical Humanistic Science

Specializing in: (will be printed on your Master's and Doctoral diplomas. Choose one)

Metaphysical Spiritual Counseling D.Min or DD or PhD

Metaphysical Pastoral Counseling D.Min or DD or PhD

Spiritual Counseling Certification: Included in the Master's Degree. Students will receive a Practitioner's Certificate and will receive the additional designation of CSC (Certified Spiritual Counselor) or CPC (Certified Pastoral Counselor).

Required Courses

Twelve courses are required for a Bachelor's and Master's Degree. For a Doctoral degree, the Doctoral Degree Assignment is required. The courses below have been pre-determined for this specific degree. More information about each course is provided on the Course Descriptions page or the IMHS Catalog. Students are also free to take additional courses beyond the 12 required to graduate if desired. Additional courses are available at the regular course tuition rate.

  1. MHs.B1: The Nature of Metaphysics

  2. MHs.B2: Metaphysical Self-Mastery

  3. MHs.B3: Metaphysical Intercommunication

  4. MHs.B4: Metaphysical Principles of Enhanced Relationships

  5. MHs.B5: Metaphysical Critical Thinking and Self-Direction

  6. MHs.M1: Metaphysical Reinvention and Ordination

  7. MHs.M2-1: Advanced Metaphysical Concepts Course 1

  8. MHs.M2-2: Advanced Metaphysical Concepts Course 2

  9. MHs.M3: Metaphysical Psychology

  10. MHs.M8-1: Transpersonal Counseling and Coaching Course 1

  11. MHs.M8-2: Transpersonal Counseling and Coaching Course 2

  12. Plus 1 elective course from the Course Descriptions page

  • MHs.D1: Doctoral Degree Assignment (review of what you learned in the program)

Additional Related Courses Available (students can choose these as electives if desired or take them in addition to the required courses; some have prerequisites):

  • MHs.M13: Metaphysical Hypnosis

  • MHs.M15: Starting a Ministry or Metaphysics Practice

Each course is presented in an accelerated format and based on primary principles which provide a simple template from which coaching/counseling techniques can be implemented with ease and to maximum effect, but absent of the complex psychotherapy-based approaches. Additionally, each of the courses in this program establish a “compound effect” in that they build on each other, relate to each other and reference each other. This compounding nature has created a virtual limitless vault of techniques that graduates can incorporate into their own coaching/counseling practice, but do not require years of training to understand or learn. —BG, Canada