Graduating student seminar: Stories, experiences, and values of BIPOC social workers in practice

Course Number: 69850

Course Description

This course is oriented around the values of joy, community, and emotional sustainability in practice. This is a seminar style course is designed to be a collaborative, co-constructed space centered on reflecting and engaging the particular experiences and possibilities of social workers who have been historically underrepresented in the field through an examination of case content, narrative storytelling and value discernment. Students in this course will combine experiential engagement to deepen their understanding of transformative justice in problem solving and community care. The focus of this course is to support students as they prepare for entry into the field post-graduation. This course will be co-constructed and co-facilitated by S. Simmons and Shipra Parikh.

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