Course explores the current findings in psychology and theology as pertain to counseling from a psychological and spiritual development perspective. Focus on spiritual and developmental aspects as they relate to factors of risk, resiliency and human diversity including examination of healthy developmental processes interrupted by severe trauma, neglect, and addictive processes. Using theoretical constructs of lived spirituality and developmental psychology, course will examine issues of adulthood including ongoing perceptions and coping with the construction of meaning, values and relationships in everyday life. Course focuses on the counseling impact of developmental and spiritual positions of therapist and client. The course will review recovery-oriented care as it relates to spirituality.