Temple University's Pan African Studies Community Education Program
The Authentic Love Experience: In Sickness and in Health
This course is designed for the single and married woman who desires liberation in recognizing, addressing and making a commitment to marital relationships when sickness manifests on any of the 6 Dimensions of the Authentic Self (spiritual, emotional, psychological, sexual, physical or social). Whether a woman is single preparing herself for the realistic vicissitudes of life or the married woman resolving herself to stay committed to her vows “in sickness and on health.” Dr. Webb’s theory Discovering the Authentic Self expounds upon truth, freedom, and hope.
Discovering the Authentic Self: Being & Becoming You Course
The course, taught at Temple University's Pan African Studies Community Education Program (PASCEP), is based on the self-titled grounded theory study conducted by Dr. Webb. In this 10-week course, students will be introduced to the concept of the authentic self. Next, students will learn about the internal and external motivators and hindrances within the concurrent processes of Being and Becoming their authentic selves. Then, students will examine the inner workings of the interdependent dimensions of their authentic self, which are spiritual, psychological, emotional, sexual, physical, and social. Lastly, the adult learners will present a SMART goal that will guide them on their journey of Becoming.
Lancaster Bible College| Capital Seminary @Philadelphia
Foundations and Theories of Human Systems
Students explore the person–in the-environment (PIE), with emphasis on human service delivery at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels. Students explore the origin, foundation, and development of system theory as a major model used in human services. To conceptualize and integrate prevention, maintenance, intervention, rehabilitation, students are introduced to helpful tools used for assessing the ecological context. The course examines the use of system theory in providing a range of services to individuals, groups, family, organizations, community, and society. The political, ideological, and theological implications of servicing humans in the environment are explored.--LBC
Human Behavior in the Social Environment
Student examine human behavior within the context of the larger collective system of social environment. Students acquire the knowledge and skills for generalist practice including effective assessment, intervention and prevention methods. Utilizing a systems approach, students recognize the biological, psychological, socio-cultural and religious elements which impact human development throughout the life cycle.