Pacifica Online reimagines the online learning experience to create interactive communities of learners where connection, imagination, science and soul join together for a transformative educational experience.
Our vision is to make the depth-oriented, soul-based and forward-thinking scholarship that is representative of Pacifica Graduate Institute available to a broader world in a way that is relevant and applicable for today’s global professional and lifelong learners. This means that we offer you an extensive menu of learning communities and learning formats to choose from, so you can customize the approach and the themes that best fit your personal and professional goals.
Our Advanced Training Certificates feature PGI approved curriculum that offers a highly interactive and immersive learning experience. These programs are taught by PGI and internationally recognized faculty, each of whom are experts in their field. Pre-recorded sessions can be watched at your convenience and weekly live sessions give you the chance to engage with the faculty and course learners from around the world. Additional resources, learning guides, films, case studies, and discussion forums enhance the learning experience. Graduates of the Advanced Training Certificate Courses receive a Certificate of Completion from Pacifica Graduate Institute. We currently offer four Advanced Training Certificates and we plan on expanding these offerings as part of our commitment to offering some of the most innovative and relevant depth-oriented online learning experiences.
Our Lunch Hour Learning Series are designed for the working professional. Each weekly, 60-minute online learning session offers CEs and is focused around a clinically applicable theme.
Our After Hours Café Series features some of the newest and most forward-thinking scholarship and themes that speak to the challenges of contemporary culture. Each 90-minute online session offers time to join with presenters and learners from around the world in conversation and community.
”The content and style of presentation of this remarkable conference on the spiritual aspect of aging & later life establishes a new genre in the field of Continuing Education for therapists. In addition to personal experience, all therapists deal with patients who may experience challenges regarding the issues of aging, fear of loss of control, sickness, and death, and this conference provides for therapists a spiritual toolbox for themselves and for helping their patients to progress through this heretofore neglected area of the life cycle. Since "none of us get out of this alive," a regular offering of this conference on "The Inner Work of Aging: Shifting From Role to Soul" seems as relevant and necessary for all therapists' continuing education as the other required areas of CE, such as Treatment of Anxiety & Depression, Child & Elder Abuse, Substance Abuse, Suicidality, etc. William Flaxman, PhD, MFTTestimonial from the Inner Work of Age Program