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Co-constructing Community: Visualizing and Realizing a 2020 Vision of Care and Justice in Social Work
This presentation builds the case for the need for a new collective vision to address the inherent underlying root causes of historic social work issues and concludes with a discussion of how social workers can assist in ‘co-constructing’ community with others by becoming conscious co-creators in developing and refining solution-focused grassroots and professional interventions for individuals, families, communities, and the world.
Articulate one or more interdisciplinary perspectives on the relationship between trauma and oppression, intersectionality, resilience, and health and well-being among individuals, families, and/or communities and apply it to practice;
Demonstrate reframing problem-based perspectives to solution-focused perspectives; and
Critically analyze the strengths and limitations of assessment and intervention strategies that promote and sustain social justice, human rights, and empowerment.
1.5 Social Work
Specialty Practice Sections
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