The Institute of Psychomoralitics is a Christian community of both clinicians and therapants, of scholars and disciples, who are engaged in the same human, and more so Christian, vocation to receive-the-real, assent-to-truth, and choose the-good, unto maturation and sanctification. Psychomoral clinicians, then, are tasked to witness to the truth and manifest the good to not only their therapants but, in integrity with this, to the world: That is, they are called to be boldly prophetic. As such, psychomoral practitioners remain in close clinical and Christian communion through regularly scheduled groups and their own personal encounters.
Program Length: 2 years
Cost Per Credit Hour: $280
Total Credits: 36
Next Start Date: Sept. 4, 2023
Seminar I: Philosophical Clinical Psychology
2. Teleological & Anthropological Basis
3. Epistemological & Moral Basis
Seminar II: Selective Reading
1. Living the Truth (Pieper)
Seminar III: Catholic Conceptualization
1. The Spiritual Elements of Psychomoralitics
2. Seven Principles of Psychomoralitics
Paul Brock holds an undergraduate degree from Hillsdale College and a master's degree (magna cum laude) in moral theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary. Paul also has four years' experience as a high school coach in the archdiocese of Detroit.
Kyle Kopy has over 15 years of experience in Catholic lay ministry, serving in various parish roles, including catechist and coordinator of youth and young adult ministry. Mr. Kopy holds seminary degrees in philosophy and dogmatic theology. He recently held the theology department chair at a large all-boys high school in southeast Michigan — where he taught theology and philosophy for many years.