IMHU In A Few Words


IMHU

You’re not broken. You’re growing! 

Wanting to improve mental wellbeing?  IMHU offers  services that gently and effectively lead to positive transformation.  Through online events with experts and “spiritual emergence” coaching you can get support that is usually not available in mainstream mental healthcare.  Mental healthcare providers can also expand their knowledge of “Integrative” mental healthcare.

In a mental health crisis you can feel like you’ve fundamentally lost your way… as if something is broken and meaning is missing. When we put attention on our  spiritual nature during such times we can speed recovery, and even gain deeper peace, more connection, and greater satisfaction.

That’s right!  Crisis can be a doorway to transformation, especially when we get the right support. Afterall, psychiatric drugs have their limitations.

At IMHU peer support specialists and mental health workers can also get certification as a “Spiritual Emergence Coach™.”

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IMHU’s Featured Courses


We specialize in:

  • Cultivating Spiritual Emergence
  • An Integrative Approach to Mental Health

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Unique Courses and Continuing Ed credits available for health care providers.

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