An Interactive Presentation and Workshop Based on Relationships
According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a social system is the patterned network of relationships constituting a coherent whole that exist between individuals, groups, and institutions. The term refers to the formal structure of role and status that can form in a small, stable group.
Human social systems are complex adaptive systems.
The type of society and systems where one originates strongly influences peoples attitude and how they interact with each other. Because of this fact, the result is a direct impact on decisions and outcomes in relationships.
Ending and Beginning Relationships is an interactive presentation and workshop.
This is a facilitated learning where participants in awareness of systemic and environmental conditions. Ending and Beginning Relationships explores how they determine one’s choice of mate, life partner, and relationship styles.
George Middleton is a Mental Health Counselor who holds a B.A. from the School of Music at Indiana University, an M.S.M. in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University, and an M.S. in Human Services from Capella University.
Committed to the fields of Mental Health, Mentorship, and Youth, George Middleton has spent the last two decades in various positions, ranging from Student Life Counselor, Mentor, Music Instructor, and Mental Health Counselor. All have reinforced the importance and value an adult male’s role plays in child development.