TRAINING PROGRAMS in development

The Institute for Spirituality & Healthcare, Princeton, NJ, in association with DSP College of Sacred Surgeons, (COSS) Princeton, NJ, and its strategic partners, is developing programs to meet the unmet need of training physicians, healthcare professionals, chaplains to integrate Advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) developed at the Institute into care to deliver improved health outcomes and satisfaction. 

In addition to training professionals, COSS offers educational programs for laypersons in Spiritually-Based Practices (SBPs) and Interventions to improve their own health, wellness, and to promote longevity.

Academic and research institutions, healthcare providers, and enlightened philanthropists interested in partnering with the Institute to advance these training programs in development may contact the Development Office.

For more information on DSP College of Sacred Surgeons, visit www.sacredsurgeons.org

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