The Seattle School seeks to set a table for discourse in the intersections of theology, psychology, culture, and spirituality. That means we embrace in our life and work a commitment to racial, ethnic, and gender diversity and an inclusive welcome to communions represented in the global church. Our admissions philosophy is to receive applications without discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual identity, sexual orientation, military status, or denomination.
The intent behind this question is to gather information about significant psychiatric or psychological treatment (e.g. recent experience or memory of intense trauma, onset of PTSD, hospitalization, suicide attempts, in-patient rehab). As a community we encourage and honor personal therapeutic work and do not discriminate against individuals who have sought help. If your answer to this question is “yes”, we’d like to gain a greater understanding of where you are at in your own process in order to decide together whether or not this program would be safe and honoring for you at this time.
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