Richard S. Waguespack, Ph.D., LCSW

Richard is the author of the forthcoming book Being Becoming: Integrative Theory and online CE course Being and Systems: Paradigms for Social Workers and Other Medical Professionals
Dr. Waguespack is an experienced Counselor,  Educator, Consultant and Coach with an academic Ph.D. in Cultural Clinical Psychology, Warnborough College (2004), Masters in Social Work (Gerontology), Louisiana State University (1988) and B.A. in Theology, Spring Hill College (1983).  He also obtained additional coursework in Education, Science and Math when working on the following Texas teaching certificates valid from  2008-2014: 8-12 Science (Comprehensive), 8-12 Health Science Technology, 8-12 Social Studies, EC-12 Special Education, 4-8 Generalist and EC-4 Generalist
Richard has been an LCSW since 1992 and has worked in OK, TX, AL and SC.  He has  extensive counseling experience in variety of environments including psychiatric and geriatric settings, private practice and Church.   
Dr. Waguespack has worked successfully with patients and clients of all ages and backgrounds, offering services ranging from counseling at risk children and teens to treating patients with Dissociative Disorders and other mental illness.  Over last few years he has been employed in nursing home counseling and consulting.
Richard is the author of forthcoming book Being Becoming: Integrative Theory and Online CE course: Being and Systems: Paradigms for Social Workers and Other Medical Professionals.  This work has a Christian genesis and is purposed for transformative and reformative Interdisciplinary education in healthcare and other venues.
Richard and his son Stephen enjoy rafting and kayaking

Dr. Waguespack has been a CE Provider authorized by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners since 1998.  He has substantial experience providing both continuing education and academic courses for college credit.

He was an Adjunct College Teacher in South Carolina from 1989-2006.  He taught Into To Sociology at the University of South Carolina Spartanburg and the following undergraduate courses through upstate locations of the Limestone College Block Program:  Introduction to Social Work, Social Work Interventions With Individuals and Families, Social Welfare Programs and Policies, Social Work Research, Group Dynamics, Human Development, Field Placement Supervision and Senior Seminar.

Other teaching experience (1998-2006) includes developing and facilitating continuing education courses in Cultural-Clinical Psychology for mental health professionals  through Waguespack Seminars and partners in academia / healthcare.  These included  Texas State San Marcos, Austin Community College Health Professions Institute and others.  Dr. Waguespack also accepted an unsolicited grant to provide continuing education for geriatric nurses in Georgetown Texas through the Texas Workforce Commission (2005).

Richard was a substitute ISD high school teacher from 2004-2007 in several TX school districts in San Antonio and Amarillo.  He taught  Rocketry and Aeronautics for almost a semester at Kruger Middle School K-SAT Program (fall 2006), Health Science Technology at Reagan High School for about two months in the spring 2007, and a variety of other assignments at all levels, primarily primarily in venues of science, math and special education.

After substitute work ended in the spring of 2007, Dr. Waguespack taught Health Science Technology (2007-08) through San Marcos High School, Chemistry and Physics (2008-09) through Tulia High School and American and World History (2009-10) through Dalhart High School.  

In 2010 Richard returned to counseling work, primarily in gerontology but also served patients and clients in other categories including Coaching and Career Development.   By the end of 2012, he decided to consolidate a lifetime of education and experience and initiate a new round of thinking, research and  writing which has generated the forthcoming book Being Becoming: Integrative Theory and the current online course Being and Systems: Paradigms for Social Workers and Other Health Professionals.  He also has blogged a number of articles which are available on this website.  They should be of interest to Medical Professionals, Educators, Scientists, Philosophers, Theologians, Pastors, Artists and many others.

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Email:  richard@beingbecoming.us

Phone:  918-208-1615  Fax:  888-344-9087

Book(s)

Being Becoming: Integrative Theory

Courses

Being and Systems

Articles

CRITIQUE OF DEEPAK CHOPRA’S SO CALLED 17 PRINCIPLES

BEING BECOMING CRITIQUE OF DEEPAK CHOPRA’S SO CALLED 17 PRINCIPLES Image already added         After finishing a talk at a recent neurosciences conference in Columbus Ohio (April 29, 2017), Deepak Chopra appeared in a webcast entitled Does the soul have independent existence?  Understand these 17 principles and know the answer for yourself. This man evidently wants

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Richard Waguespack’s Reaction To Dr. Leon Eisenburg’s Deathbed Reflections on ADD / ADHD

Commentary on suppressed Eisenburg “Deathbed Reflections” on ADD/ADHD” and closely related Kagan Interview on ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERS By Richard Waguespack, Ph.D., LCSW  Very recently a very informative and responsible article on Dr. Eisenburg, a man accepted by some as the ‘Father of ADHD’ was published by realfarmacy.com and yet was removed even before I

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Blogging About Graviton, Quantum Physics, Questions About Validity In Approaches

To:  Waguespack-Seminars Bloggers: From: Myself AND A “third party” (friend) sent me the following article for comment. QUANTUM GRAVITY: THE MISSING GAP IN PHYSICS sciencenewspage.blogspot.com My (Richard Waguespack’s) response This article to follow in preparation of a response is slightly dated but relevant. After reading, I have a number of thoughts and responses but in

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