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Synergy of Transformational Change

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We invite you to participate as a researcher for finding and adding resources on transformational change.   This is a dynamic tool for you to add information you find to your FW 311 individual group's wiki as you do research for class projects (click on the "Sidebar" located on the right in the "View" mode--select the appropriate Class Wiki).  We encourage you to share not only titles (for example, the citation of a journal article, a book, a blog, or title of a digital media stream), but also the places you found the resources and the search strategies you found useful, as we have in the links below. Students will post to the topic areas on the sidebar located on the right.


Required Assignment Materials:


Measuring the Immeasurable: The Scientific Case for Spirituality. (2008). Boulder, CO: Sounds True Publishers.  Read the following:

Warber, S. L. & Irvine, K. N.  Nature and Spirit, pp. 135-155.

Braden, G.  The Power and Promise of Spiritually Based Science, pp. 167-182.


Supplementary Resource Materials:




Peer Reviewed


Thompson, D. A. & Swihart, D. L. (2007).University of Arizona Life and Work Connections: A Synergistic Strategy for Maximizing Whole-Person Productivity over the Employees' Life-Cycle/Work-Cycle. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 22 (3) pp.145-160. 16p.

Abstract: The concept of integration has emerged in recent years as a strategy considered by providers of employee assistance, wellness and work-life services to meet the changing needs of the organizations they serve. There continues to be much discussion, however, about what exactly integration is, and how to do it. Beginning with a definition of integration, this article seeks to contribute to the discussion by describing the University of Arizona (UA) Life and Work Connections, a program that was conceived from its development to be an integrated service model. The theoretical and philosophical backgrounds of the program are presented and translated into the UA Life and Work Connections model. Advantages of the model and challenges to integration are discussed, and a detailed case study of a critical incident response is presented.

Search strategy: used keywords: synergy and change and wellness, limited to Peer Reviewed, in combined database Ebsco search in Academic Search Premier, Medline and PsychARTICLES.

To read the Full Text, request it through the Cline Library Request Materials online form.




Electronic Books from Cline Library:


Explorations in neuroscience, psychology, and religion. Kevin S. Seybold. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub., 2007. Chapters:  Neuroscience -- Psychology -- Religion -- Philosophy of science -- Integration issues -- Brain and religion -- The self -- Evolutionary psychology -- Religion/spirituality and health -- The future? Access ebook.


Spirituality and health: multidisciplinary explorations. Edited by Augustine Meier, Thomas St. James O'Connor, Peter VanKatwyk.  Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfred Laurier University Press, c2005. Access ebook.






Media in the Public Domain:


Gregg Braden on consciousness.  YouTube. (10:06) Gregg Braden takes us on a short trip through consciousness that connects our feelings and our mass reality.


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