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ACE Folklife Historical Society TJ Morris Made Brand

ACE Folklife
Historical Society
TJ Morris Made Brand

The purpose of this is to raise awareness of who we are as the humanoid sentient intelligent being species. We share commentary now on our blog talk radio shows as podcasts which is live streaming and archiving.  The purpose of our lives is to find our truth we can trust to take with us when we live this planet, this realm of existence.

We desire to highlight some of the more compelling ethical principles of the humanoid sentient intelligent being species.

We are here not only to educate, explore, and analyze but to participate for the greater good of the overall critical mass mind which we are now defining as the source of all energy creation. There are now issues and questions in our own minds as to whom we desire to share our lives with and will continue shaping the future.

We as the Planning Committee for the future meet and greets of humanoids on earth must consider who we shall desire to join in on our ACE Spiritual Community as associates, lightworkers and truthseekers. There will be future issues to consider in spirituality and psychology integration with both students and teachers.

I suggest we focus on the action we shall take as the planning committee with emphasis on the mysteries of life that make people look for their own desires and passion which drive them as an individual and allow them to ask how they desire to participate in the whole.

Many of the people interested in the future are educators or people in the human social philosophy fields including those in neuro science with emphasis in a focus on psychotherapy.

The Following WE WILL USE for our ways of sharing in our cyberspace culture that which we know is content for information sharing in our ACE Education and Research Association papers. We review and update ACO Information/Requirements.

All studies conducted at ACO or by staff MUST be submitted on the most current forms to the ACO for review and approval. These include (but are not limited to):

Studies which involve ACO data or People’s Experiences Registry data;

Studies which involve any type of contact with ACO people (including questionnaires or surveys) and/or collection of any materials from ACO clients;

Studies which involve ACO staff (as research subjects);

Studies which have an impact on ACIR resources.

Quality assurance projects, with potential publication of the findings.

Research activity, including screening and recruitment, must not begin until written approval has been received from the ACIR-ACO-ACE-ERA and from all other relevant regulatory bodies.

Submissions for any study in which data or samples will be sent to another Ascension Center MUST include a Data Sharing Agreement (also referred to as Supply Agreement and Material Transfer Agreement) if a contract does not exist that covers those issues. A Data Sharing Agreement is required even if anonymized, unless you are sending already published or aggregate data ONLY. A template is available on the TJ Morris Media websites.

Staff from the Departments of ACE Folklife Registry are available to assist in study design, plans for data analysis, and in determining the number of people and/or charts that would meet the eligibility criteria for a given study. It is recommended that these departments be contacted early in study development.

To request assistance from ERA or ACIR Registry, please email TJMorrisACIR@gmail.com.

Workstations in ACE Folklife Records are available to accommodate Researchers review of electronic and hard copy patient charts on approved research studies. The workstations are available Monday to Friday 12:00 – 17:00 hrs. To book a workstation, please contact the File Control Clerk at 270-955-2055.

To expedite approval of a study, it is recommended that researchers submit their proposals to the ERA and the ACIR- ACO simultaneously, rather than sequentially.

Any significant changes to a research project (after previous ACIC approval) should be submitted to the ACIR for approval using the ACIR Amendment Form available on the ACIR websites. The proposed changes should not be implemented until they have been approved in writing by the ACIR chair.

Significant changes include (but are not limited to) modifications to study design, data to be collected, study duration, number of study participants, the need to review ACIR paper charts (when not originally planned), the need to review significantly more ACIR paper charts than originally planned, and the addition of other trainees, co-investigators, or study personnel. The ACIR number for the study should be cited in all correspondence. Quality assurance projects and program reviews are not considered research, EXCEPT if a decision is made to publish the results in a journal. Retroactive approval will NOT be granted so if there is any possibility that the data generated may be interesting enough to consider publishing the findings of the TJ Morris ACIR-ACO.  

Keywords: spirituality; religion; ethics; psychotherapy

 Spiritual People Integration aka ACE Institute

A division of TJ Morris ACE Metaphysical Institute

COMMENTARY

Integrating Spirituality and Psychotherapy:

Ethical Issues and Principles to Consider

 During recent years a large number of conferences,

Have featured various people sharing models of education research in

Seminars, workshops, books, and special issues in major professional

Journals on ascension spirituality and alien extraterrestrial UFO Identifications into

Psychology integration with clinical psychologists and hypnotherapists. We the friends who care to share life as friends with Theresa J Morris will share our energy as the humanoid sentient intelligent being species.

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