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OVERVIEW

Welcome to the Society of Eclective Consciousness (SEC). For those who are curious, the word "eclective' is derived from two definition sources: The English Dictionary refers to the term "eclectic". It can be used to define a life coaching school of thought known as multiculturalism or diversity. The British Dictionary also refers to the suffix "-ive" to mean pertaining to or tendency. With this, "eclective" can reference thee promotion of human growth, self expression, and self analysis with social support groups and networking. The Society is owned and operated by CCA Behavioral Health, PLLC.

THE THERAPEUTIC LOUNGE

SEC provides social support networking for local and international businesses. At the Therapeutic Lounge, located in Dallas, Texas. The support network provides an exchange of ideas and innovations for small businesses and mid-size businesses. Some of the topics of the support group networking including the following:

1. Meditation

2. Expressive arts

3. Literature

4. Healthcare and Holistic approaches

5. Culinary, fashion

6. Cultural events and social action

FEES

Some events are free to members. There is an annual membership after the 90 day trial periods. Some members are waived from membership dues depending on the activities with the company. All fees may be paid through the Meetup site, Paypal, or through checks sent to the following address:

CCA Behavioral Health, PLLC

424 S. Corinth St. Rd.

Dallas, Texas, 75203

ETHICS & RULES FOR PARTICIPATION

The Ethical Tenets of Membership

In joining SEC, Members agree to abide by the ethical tenets of the Society.

Section 1. Respect & Dignity

Section 1 (a). All members and facilitators are expected to support the commitment to diversity and multiculturalism through all activities, including professional activities and discussions. This means that all members must interact and communicate in a manner that reflects respect and dignity; and to acknowledge the creative, spiritual, and scientific works of others. Members are screened for suitability.

Section 1 (b). All members who provide services and training must maintain professional boundaries and conduct.

Section 2. Justice & Social Consciousness

Section 2 (a). All members are expected to support justice and to do no harm in the pursuit of knowledge and creativity produced by and from the interactions of the Society and beyond.

Section 2 (b). All members should take reasonable steps to protect clients, children, and the elderly from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.

Section 2 (c) All members are expected to promote equality and diversity within their scope of practice and teaching.

Section 3. Integrity & Fidelity. Members who provide life coaching, spiritual work, or other helping activities; it must be provided within the scope of their verified and legitimized qualifications and training. They must also perform duties at the consent of the client or student. All members must utilize confidentiality as much as possible. when attending SEC functions.

Section 3 (a). All members are expected to maintain integrity when necessary; and to uphold fidelity and genuineness in their interactions with other members of the Society, students, and the community at large.

Section 3 (b). All members are expected to maintain policies and procedures while providing service related activities. This includes but not limited to providing practice policies outlining the nature and scope of their services and the appropriate referrals, fees, license, and certifications.

Section 4. Commitment

Section 4(a). All members must maintain their skills through active participation through responding to organizer emails, discussions, and RSVPed events. Those who attend paid seminars or training are expected to pay for all training and certifications in a timely manner. Those who know fail to have active participation and/or fail to attend RSVPed events, may be subjected to removal. Members without any activity within 90 days is subjected to removal form SEC.

Section 5. Advisory Meetings & Enforcement

When joining SEC, the members accept and agree to abide by the ethics code of SEC. Advisory meetings are provided to enforce the ethics code and make determinations regarding the status of SEC if deemed applicable.

Section 6. Conflict Resolution

When joining SEC, all Members will utilize the Conflict Resolution practices noted by CCA Behavioral Health, PLLC:

If a complaint or dispute arises regarding SEC the following level system will be utilized prior to any legal action:

Level 1: The Member, non-member, and/or Advisory Member(s) will address and seek resolution regarding a particular issue and/or event related to SEC.

Level 2: The Member, non-member, and/or Advisory Member(s) will address and seek resolution regarding a particular issue and/or event related to SEC utilizing a mediator and/or an arbitration. The meditation process will abide by the American Arbitrators Association and/or other related national organizations.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Upcoming events (5)

Therapeutic Art Coaching for Children and Families

Chandler Plaza & Suites: Meditation Lounge

The Society will host a private member only support group for children and families. The focus will be on the use of expressive techniques including visual and musical arts. Internet access is available for families who bring tablets and laptops. Our seating is limited so please RVSP as soon as possible.

Discussions & Activities

1. Journaling

2. Color Your Day

3. Beauty from Ashes

4. Past, Present, and Future

5. Altruism and Acts of Kindness

6. Music and Meditations

This private support group will be conducted in accordance to Dallas County's Essential Business guidelines, CDC COVID precautionary guidelines, and Society rules. Complimentary beverages are provided to Society members.

Remote and online connections to this event are hosted by CCA Behavioral Heallth, PLLC @ Clocktree. Private and individualized counseling will be provided to selected participants.

Can food donations are welcomed.

For more details, contact Dr. Chandler and Ella Jones at[masked]

Therapeutic Art Coaching for Children and Families

Chandler Plaza & Suites: Meditation Lounge

The Society will host a private member only support group for children and families. The focus will be on the use of expressive techniques including visual and musical arts. Internet access is available for families who bring tablets and laptops. Our seating is limited so please RVSP as soon as possible.

Discussions & Activities

1. Journaling

2. Color Your Day

3. Beauty from Ashes

4. Past, Present, and Future

5. Altruism and Acts of Kindness

6. Music and Meditations

This private support group will be conducted in accordance to Dallas County's Essential Business guidelines, CDC COVID precautionary guidelines, and Society rules. Complimentary beverages are provided to Society members.

Remote and online connections to this event are hosted by CCA Behavioral Heallth, PLLC @ Clocktree. Private and individualized counseling will be provided to selected participants.

Can food donations are welcomed.

For more details, contact Dr. Chandler and Ella Jones at[masked]

Therapeutic Art Coaching for Children and Families

Chandler Plaza & Suites: Meditation Lounge

The Society will host a private member only support group for children and families. The focus will be on the use of expressive techniques including visual and musical arts. Internet access is available for families who bring tablets and laptops. Our seating is limited so please RVSP as soon as possible.

Discussions & Activities

1. Journaling

2. Color Your Day

3. Beauty from Ashes

4. Past, Present, and Future

5. Altruism and Acts of Kindness

6. Music and Meditations

This private support group will be conducted in accordance to Dallas County's Essential Business guidelines, CDC COVID precautionary guidelines, and Society rules. Complimentary beverages are provided to Society members.

Remote and online connections to this event are hosted by CCA Behavioral Heallth, PLLC @ Clocktree. Private and individualized counseling will be provided to selected participants.

Can food donations are welcomed.

For more details, contact Dr. Chandler and Ella Jones at[masked]

Therapeutic Paint & Sip

Chandler Plaza & Suites: Meditation Lounge

The Society will host a member only paint and sip for its adult members and guests. This therapeutic paint and sip focuses on journaling, mandalas, meditations, past and present feelings beauty from ashes and emotional freedom. We will integrate classical, blues, and current musical genres. Interested parties should enroll on the event page to guarantee a slot. Dr. Chandler will be able to provide brief private meetings as needed. Complimentary non alcoholic beverages are provided. Attire is business casual. Gratuities appreciated (between $20-$30). We also encourage the participation in our can food drive.

This event will be conducted in accordance to Dallas County's Essential Business guidelines, CDC COVID precautionary guidelines, and Society rules. Complimentary beverages are provided to Society members.

Remote and online connections to this event are hosted by CCA Behavioral Heallth, PLLC @ Clocktree. Private and individualized sessions will be provided to selected participants.

For more details, contact Ella Jones or Dr. Chandler call[masked]

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Therapeutic Art Coaching for Children and Families

Chandler Plaza & Suites: Meditation Lounge

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