Ecospirituality connects people to the healing power of nature using the Way of the Coyote. This 16-week journey towards ecospirituality uses the skills of Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy to teach students and practitioners how to live in True Self according to their own true nature.
Ecospirituality isn’t about a particular religious or spiritual path. The word “spirit” comes from the Latin “spiritus,” which simply means, “to breathe.” It’s where we get the word “inspiration.” Ecospirituality teaches us to seek those breathtaking moments of inspiration, using nature as our guide.
The ecospirituality program is based on the workbook, Ecospirituality: The Way of the Coyote. The complete text of this workbook is included in the course.
The Ecospirituality: The Way of the Coyote program is a coaching program for people who are not licensed mental health professionals, but who wish to be certified coaches in ecospirituality. You do not have to be a counselor or therapist to take this course, or to become a certified ecospirituality coach.
If you are a licensed mental health professional, this course is good for 40 online and experiential continuing education hours (SC Permanent Sponsor #495).
If you are a licensed mental health professional you may wish to consider the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Facilitator Certification course instead, which offers 60 CEUs.
Included in this course:
- Ecospirituality: The Way of the Coyote – 33 online and experiential continuing education hours
- Running a Successful Group – 5 online continuing education hours
- Coaching vs. Counseling: Avoiding Liability – 2 online continuing education hours