Do No Harm - Trauma Informed, Anti-Oppressive Practices in Social Work
March 8, 15, 22
11:00 am - 1:30 pm PT
This class is a 3-part course that will take place on March 8, March 22, and March 22. Attendance to all three days is required to receive 5 CEUs.
This 3-part workshop series will explore the implications of racism, anti-LGBTQ+ practices and white supremacy within the social work profession. Session 1 on March 8 will examine the historical and contemporary impact of racism and introduce strategies for dismantling systemic racism. Session 2 on March 15 will focus on challenges experienced by 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals and communities offer tools to create inclusive and affirming environments. Session 3 on March 22 will explore white supremacy within the social work profession, opportunities for critical reflection and how to integrate trauma informed, anti-oppressive strategies into practice begin the process of unlearning to relearning in order to decolonize your work!
- Explore the ways White Supremacy manifests in the social work profession
- Apply the Minority Stress Model to explore the impact of structural racism, systemic oppression and microaggressions on individuals and community well-being
- Evaluate strategies to mitigate bias and enhance cultural competence and practices of cultural humility when working with 2SLGBTQIA+ clients, clients of color and clients from various oppressed identities
- Operationalize the implementation of anti-oppressive practices to create a model of service provision that is trauma informed, culturally responsive and equity focused
- NASW Member: $25
- NASW Student Member: $15
- Non-Member: $50
- Student Non-Member: $50
Register now for "Do No Harm - Trauma Informed, Anti-Oppressive Practices in Social Work"