Graduating Student Seminar: Navigating privilege in professional relationships and social work practice

Course Number: 69900

Course Description

This seminar style course is designed to be centered on the needs of 2nd year or higher Master's students who are preparing for post-graduate practice, who are eager to understand how privilege and power operate in social work, through engaging in reflection of their privileged identities. Students will engage in an exploration of pathways for creating an emotionally sustainable, joyful, and dynamic social work practice rooted in justice and liberation. Students will actively examine their intersecting identities and be supported in efforts to understand how to navigate change based work from their distinct locations of privilege, and the ways to dismantle the social work profession's legacy of oppression.

Note: Courses are subject to change at any time. Please check MyCrownSchool for the quarters, days, and times that courses will be held, as well as room numbers.