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SCPC Launches! Taking Spiritual Psychology Into the World

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On January 23, 2015, USM launched the second offering of the Soul-Centered Professional Coaching (SCPC) Program with 81 graduates of the Master’s Degree Program in Spiritual Psychology arriving from 13 states at the USM Campus.

Coaching Faculty Carolyn Freyer-Jones and Stephen McGhee were joined by Executive Faculty Drs. Ron and Mary Hulnick to kick off the Program.

In this powerful first weekend, students took flight into standing forward as facilitators of consciousness who will assist their clients in Co-Creating Authentic Success on both the Goal Line and Soul Line of life.

Here’s what SCPC students had to say about their first class weekend:

“I just had no idea of the richness that would be available in this Program. I’ve taken other coaching programs, but this is a whole different level, using the foundation we have from our USM education.” —Molly Fiore

“The mother ship of Spiritual Psychology is now involved in Coaching. Coaching has been my industry for almost 20 years. How could I not be participating?! I’m excited to finally see a Soul-Centered bridge built between the University of Santa Monica and professional coaching. I’m all in for being a part of the pioneering next step.” —James Price

“Up until now, I have really loved being in the Comfort Zone! Through this weekend, I’ve set an intention to dwell in the Divine Unknowing and serve with Heart and Courage.” —Bear Weil

Across the planet, millions of people are waking up to the realization that we are Divine Beings having a human experience.

As this worldwide Awakening grows, graduates of the University of Santa Monica Master’s Degree Program in Spiritual Psychology have a unique opportunity to use their Soul-Centered education to make a meaningful contribution as a Professional Coach.

Students of the SCPC Program invest an additional seven months in rigorous coach-specific training, building upon the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology learned in the two-year Master’s Program. Throughout the Program, SCPC students are supported in continuing their own inner and outer transformational work while honing their facilitation skills into greater mastery as a Professional Coach.

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