Social Work Wellness and the Notion of Collective Care – “how individuals, teams, institutions and professions are responding to these pressures using individual and collective strategies”

From Maggie Lodge -coordinator of field supervision for the School of Social Work at CarletonTo thank you for your hard work…

 

Friday May 6th, 2016 8:45 am – 1:00 pm, Room 2017 Dunton Tower, Carleton University

Social Work Wellness and the Notion of Collective Care

Two panel discussions will explore: the current pressure points arising in social work and human service organizations today and how individuals, teams, institutions and professions are responding to these pressures using individual and collective strategies.

Speakers:

Vicki Bowman, Student Support Case Manager, Carleton University

Eric Lapierre, Mentorship Coordinator, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ottawa

Michel Poirier, CHEO Social Worker, YouthNet and Youth Mental Health Transitions

Amanda Rocheleau, Founder of Compassion Fatigue Therapy

Cecilia Taiana, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Carleton University

MSW and BSW students, student perspectives

FOLLOWED BY LUNCH

Please RSVP by April 29th (email maggie.lodge@carleton.ca) All day parking is available at the following lots: Lots 5, 6, 7, & 10

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