Complete Course: Being and Systems: Paradigms For Social Workers and Other Medical Professionals (5.5 CE Hours) [1 Hour of Ethics Included]


OPTION ONE:  Purchase complete 5.5 CE Hour Course and take Units at your your own pace (please complete within a month).  This will save a little money compared to purchasing each unit separately. 

 OPTION TWO:   Purchase single Units à la carte and receive a certificate for each Unit taken.  Once all five Units are successfully competed, obtain  5.5 Hour Complete Course Certificate that includes 1 Hour in Values and Ethics.

OPTION THREE:   Purchase single Units à la carte and receive a certificate for each Unit taken.  If all five are not completed, just retain certificates without ethics component.  

Obtain the passwords for all five Units and take each one separately.   If you do not need a 5.5 Hour Certificate with 1 Hour counting towards Ethics and Values, simply retain the  certificates received after successfully completing each section.  If you want the 5.5 Hour Certificate with 1 Hour of Ethics and Values included, then fill out a brief Questionnaire which generates the Complete Certificate and then destroy the old certificates {which you promise to do on the Questionnaire}. 

 One should compete all five Units within a month to be certain of obtaining complete certificate.  Under no circumstances can credit be given for a prior year and applied for a full certificate in the next.  If a month has past and you are in the same year as the first Unit taken it is necessary to contact me if you plan to do all five Units and Obtain the Complete Course Certificate.

Welcome to Being and Systems: Paradigms For Social Workers and Other Medical Professionals!  This is a multimedia Social Work CE course with  narrated PowerPoint, supplemental videos and notes, automated quizzes and certificates

I have often heard authors say the reason they wrote their book is they could not find the one they were looking for — they realized the need and created it themselves.  This is where we are with this course – as well as the forthcoming Being Becoming book series planned for gradual release in the years ahead.

Are you interested in considering new ways to integrate and process key ideas pertaining to the nature of being and constructs for  improved development of systems theory for your discipline in the 21st century?  Are you interested in learning more in order to emerge with an improved orientation for those you help and collaborate with?

This course analyses and synthesizes a wide variety of variables including constructs from ancient and modern philosophy, Christian tradition, Scholasticism, frameworks for values and ethics, science, abstract math, art, psychology and much more.  It should appeal to therapists, educators and consultants highly motivated to assemble holistic interdisciplinary platforms and pathways for better theory building, collaboration and direct service.

Principled medical professionals rightfully seek community and education to support and sustain a strong, healthy knowledge base and spirituality that recognizes conduits of ontological, metaphysical and quantum dimensions that align with physiological components of holistic paradigms suitable for phenomenological systems theory (featured in Unit V).  By deepening our understanding of the relationship between being and person as well as systems and environment we increase our ability to attend to our holistic therapeutic and developmental goals.  When we intelligently transform our knowledge base and conceptual frameworks into improved paradigms, we move into a position to more holistically contribute to ameliorating, solving and replacing a variety of systemic challenges arising from inadequate models; oppressive, troubled systems that affect capacities for quality work and optimal relationships with patients, clients, ‘overseers’ and others who have a stake in improving our world in the near future!

Authorized by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners: Provider # 6488



One goal is to inform, develop and fortify principled individuals to contribute to theory and practice of professional counseling and social work, coaching, medicine, science, technology, education, management, policy, lawmaking and jurisprudence.

Theory Base:
Ontology as a transdiscipline
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