New directions for Social Work with people who have an experience of abuse and trauma
- New directions for Social Work with people who have an experience of abuse and trauma
- Speaker: John Devaney # Centenary Chair of Social Work at the University of Edinburgh, and Head of subject; Speaker: Kirsty Pate # Sector Manager in City of Edinburgh Community Justice services; Speaker: Rania Hamad # Senior Practitioner for Hate Crime and Restorative Justice for the City of Edinburgh Council’s Criminal Justice Social Work service; Speaker: Cheryl Brown # Chief Executive and founder at Midlothian Sure Start; Hosted by: Autumn Roesch-Marsh # Senior Lecturer of Social Work at the University of Edinburgh
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- Date and Time
- 28th Nov 2018 13:00 - 28th Nov 2018 17:00
- Martin Hall, New College, University of Edinburgh, Mound Place, Edinburgh, EH1 2LX
Social workers have always been in the business of understanding and responding to experiences of hurt and abuse. In recent years these experiences have been increasingly discussed and understood as ‘trauma’, and ‘trauma informed’ practices are of increasing interest to a range of social work and social care services. This seminar will bring together expert practitioners and researchers at the forefront of these practice developments to discuss developments in policy, practice and research. There will be time to reflect on your own practice context and consider how we might better support people who have an experience of abuse and trauma.
The programme for the day will include input from Prof John Devaney, Kirsty Pate (Sector Manager for Groupwork Services, City of Edinburgh Council), Rania Hamad (Senior Practitioner and PhD Candidate) and Cheryl Lee Brown (Chief Executive, Midlothian Sure Start).
Tickets can be found for this event at the following eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-directions-for-social-work-with-people-who-have-an-experience-of-abuse-and-trauma-tickets-51552700515?aff=ebdssbdestsearch