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CIT 625 Spirituality, Empowerment, and Transformation 3.0 Credits

Advanced recovery from addiction requires the development of an expanded sense of self that is communal and spiritual in awareness. This course serves as an introduction to the significance of spiritual development using the 12-steps as spiritual practice and the wisdom of the great spiritual leaders, philosophers, and psychologists of our time. This course offers insight and practices that can energize the spirit, increase inner peace and work at the deepest root of the addiction process, providing students with the tools necessary to promote successful long-term recovery of those suffering from addictions.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Nutrition and Dietetics

...Study ; CIT 501 Foundations of Phytotherapy ; CIT 502...the following options: NFS 625 Nutrition and Exercise...

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