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.
Seminar I: Philosophical Clinical Psychology
2. Teleological & Anthropological Basis
3. Epistemological & Moral Basis
Seminar II: Selective Reading
1. Living the Truth (Pieper)
2. Catholic Existential Orientation
Seminar III: Catholic Conceptualization
1. The Spiritual Elements of Psychomoralitics
2. Seven Principles of Psychomoralitics
Trey 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. Trey also has four years' experience as a high school coach in the archdiocese of Detroit.
Dr. Raymundo, a husband and father of six, is a former senior medical director and Wharton MBA alumnus who previously practiced anesthesiology and currently works as a medical consultant specializing in disability. He is a lay Carmelite, spiritual director and host of three Catholic radio shows. Dr. Raymundo also has experience in the deliverance/exorcism ministry and prison ministry.
Roberto, a husband and father of three (and grandfather of four), is a retired police sergeant and detective who also served 11 years as an ordained Catholic deacon. With more than two decades of service with the San Antonio Police Department and more than one decade of service with the Archdiocese of San Antonio, Roberto is also a published author of sixteen novels.
The estimated cost for the awarding of the Psychomoral Certified Clinician Degree is $7,560. The program takes two years to complete.
Psychomoralitics utilizes an understanding of the human person that synthesizes natural law, ancient wisdom, and cutting-edge science. By definition, process, and discipline, psychomoralitics is not a "mental health" profession but rather studies and treats the soul and its concomitant faculties.
The hallmark of the Institute of Psychomoralitics' integrity and uncompromising concern for its therapants is manifest in its opposition to any form of State occupational licensure and its requirements to act as agents of the State. Psychomoral Affiliate Therapists, working under State licensure, remain subject to its requirements
The Psychomoral Certified Clinician Degree can be completed 100% remotely. For the typical degree plan, classes are held twice a week via video conference. All readings and assignments are to be completed on one's own time.