Introduction to Buddhist Psychology


CONTENTS: This unit introduces the basic framework and principles of the Buddhist system of knowledge with regard to the identification, cause and removal of mental stress, anger and fear.
It identifies the contribution of Buddhist psychology to mental health services, human services, environment, education and peace movements.
Buddhist approaches to eliminate mental suffering including the four noble truths and the eightfold pathway are identified and how to apply them to ones daily life.
An essential unit to promote peace, happiness and well being within yourself, your family and your community.
This unit forms part of the Diploma in Buddhist Psychotherapy Counselling offered by the Sophia College
DATES: To be advised when next scheduled
TIME: To be advised when next scheduled
VENUE: Australian Institute of Holistic Medicine 862 North Lake RoadCockburn Central  WA 6164
Phone: (08) 9417 3553
Fax: (08) 9417 1881
COST: To be advised when next scheduled

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