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INSTITUTE FOR SPIRITUALITY AND HEALTHCARE

The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare, Princeton, NJ, was designed and built to meet the unmet need of conducting rigorous evidence-based research and advanced training in the emerging field of spirituality and healthcare. The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare is an auxiliary of Disciples Seminary Princeton and offers reciprocal privileges for members of both organizations.

The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare, Princeton, NJ, was designed and built to meet the unmet need of conducting rigorous evidence-based research in the emerging field of spirituality and healthcare. The focus of this research is to explore and document the viability of integrating advanced ancient healing practices and interventions into modern care for improved health outcomes and satisfaction. The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare is an auxiliary organization of Disciples Seminary Princeton. The Institute, a 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt organization, was made possible through philanthropic support provided by our corporate sponsors, private foundations, individuals, member and public support.

The Institute is divided into a Research Wing and a Training Wing. The Research Wing maintains several laboratories, most notably the Farrell Lab Princeton and the Genesis Lab, as well as observational galleries for visiting physicians, scientists, chaplains, and patrons. Serves as the central corridor that connects the Research facilities.


RESEARCH WING

Farrell Lab Princeton

The Farrell Lab Princeton for Applied Theology represents the world’s first modern research laboratory dedicated to exploring and documenting the efficacy of Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs). To date, preliminary case studies have demonstrated the efficacy SBIs to deliver immediate rehabilitative, healing, aesthetic & anti-aging health benefits.


Observation Deck

The Observation Deck serves as a viewing station for to provide an opportunity for in-house scientists, physicians, chaplains, and visiting patrons to observe the application of advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions pioneered and developed at the Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare.


Fellows Training Lab

The Fellows Training Lab is a clinical training facility equipped with a viewing station for professors dedicated to researching, observing, furthering understanding, and documenting Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs).


Pre/Post Care Suite

The Pre/Post Care Suite is designed for study participants to change prior to and after care.


Research Station

The Research Station was designed to serve as area of the Research Wing where research scientists, research assistants, chaplains, and medical advisors can work when not directly engaged with participants and students, and can perform some of their duties.


TRAINING WING

Lecture Hall

The Hall of Sacred Surgeons serves as the Institute’s educational and training auditorium. The Hall holds Grand Rounds for post-care and innovation breakthroughs, as well as public education, press conferences, and award and certificate ceremonies.


Experiential Learning Studio

The Experiential Learning Studio is an optimal learning environment to train health care professionals in the ancient healing art of yoking the mind, body, and spirit to realize their capacity to serve as conduits of advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions.


Training Clinic

The Training Clinic is a multi-bed clinic that serves as a training facility for students and Fellows to observe, learn, and practice delivering advanced and intermediate Spiritually-Based Interventions.


Think Tank

The Think Tank is a research initiative of the Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare and its affiliate the Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare which engages in discussions concerning topics such as designing frontier research studies, developing training programs, social policy, and advancing the mission of the organization.


Board Room

The Board Room, overlooking the beautiful Carnegie Fountain, is the home of education, presentations, board meetings, and think tank sessions.


Membership Office

The Membership office serves to assist prospective members with new membership enrollment, as well as fielding member questions regarding sign-up, member benefits, levels, and special events. 


Institute Store

The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare Store maintains a selection of Institute staff lab coats, scrubs, lanyards, car decals, as well as Training Fellows and student apparel. In addition, the Institute store offers a selection of branded apparel and gifts for its current staff, students, and members. Become a Member to receive your free Institute membership gift and gain access to the on-site Institute store and collection.

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INSTITUTE FOR SPIRITUALITY & HEALTHCARE, PRINCETON, NJ
301 Carnegie Center Drive, #104
Princeton, NJ 08540

Disclaimer: The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare, Princeton, NJ, is a publicly supported 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, incorporated in 2012, for educational, scientific, research, literary, religious, and charitable purposes. The Institute is not a healthcare facility or a healthcare provider. Traditional Spiritually-Based practices and interventions are not to be used as a substitute for medical care. The Institute’s staff, scientists, chaplains, advisors, members, students, interns, and volunteers do not diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare limits the scope of its research to exploring the potential health, aesthetic improvement, and anti-aging benefits of Spiritual Care. The Institute’s staff and students limit their care to ministering solely through spiritual means, without the use of any drug or material remedy. You are solely responsible for continuing with your primary medical provider. The statements and information included on this website and affiliated social media regarding health benefits documented as a result of integrating Traditional Spiritually-Based Practices and Interventions into care have not been evaluated by the FDA. The use of this website and affiliated social media is purely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as a source of healthcare advice. The Institute for Spirituality & Healthcare, Princeton is not affiliated with Princeton University. Copyright © 2012-2019 Institute for Spirituality & Healthcare, Princeton, NJ. All Rights Reserved. Legal Notice.