Through weekly writing prompts, students reflect on connections between their graduate training and contexts for practice, considering organizing concepts of wellness and illness and normal and dysfunction, along with social categories of social difference. They focus on how their personal and professional subjectivities contribute to their observations and analyses of institutionally generated client concerns. Prerequisite: Completion of foundation year course work Masters in Social Work program.
Dates: May 22 - July 14, 2023; Friday 9am-1:30pm Synchronous on Teams; 2nd year/Concentration YR MSW students ONLY Wkly 1hr 15 min. Asynchronous discussion board/small grpwrk
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