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Supervising for Justice: Anti-Oppressive Supervision
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 Export to Your Calendar 12/2/2017
When: Saturday, December 2, 2017
9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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NASW-NYC
50 Broadway, Suite 1001
New York, New York  10004
United States
Presenter: Kate Barrow, LCSW and Mayowa Obasaju, PhD
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This workshop will address how intersectional social identities, power, and privilege can be effectively integrated into supervision. This workshop reviews how trauma-informed practices and strengths-based perspective are fundamental to anti-oppressive practice. Though many groups and settings understand the importance of utilizing a trauma-informed approach in their interactions with one another and their offerings to others, this workshop offers additional frameworks by contextualizing trauma and violence within a broader context of oppression and power.

 

This workshop will assist participants with understanding the interconnections between anti- oppressive strategies, social identities of clients and staff, and trauma, and increase skills at effectively integrating anti-oppressive, trauma informed approaches with staff they supervise. This is an interactive workshop which utilizes experiential activities, group discussion, reflection, and lecture. 

 

Kate Barrow, LCSW is the director of staff training and development for the Center of Court Innovation. Her work has focused on providing services to and developing programs for marginalized people, including homeless queer youth, trauma-survivors, trans* sex workers, young people with serious mental health issues, and systems-involved youth, families, and adults. Ms. Barrow is an adjunct professor at New York University, where she co-teaches courses on anti-oppressive social work practice, and social work in criminal justice settings. 

 

Mayowa Obasaju, PhD is a trauma and healing focused, clinical and community psychologist. Mayowa is also an adjunct faculty member at John Jay College.

 

3 CE Contact Hours

 

REFUND REQUESTS:

All refund requests must be submitted by email to workshops.naswnyc@socialworkers.org. Valid requests must be received no later than five days prior to course date. 

 

All refunds are subject to a $20.00 administrative processing fee. Credit cannot be issued toward a future program date or substituted for another workshop. Refund requests typically require 1-2 weeks processing time.

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