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Disaster Trauma Committee Zoom Meeting - Continuing Conversation - Social Work During Pandem
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5/22/2020
When: Friday, May 22, 2020
9:00 - 11:00 AM
Where: NASW-NYC Chapter
New York
United States

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To RSVP and for more information, please contact Madelyn Miller at mgmiller96@aol.com

Hello to all-
Our next meeting of the Disaster Trauma Committee, NASW-NYC, will take place on Zoom, this Friday, May 22, 9 to 11 am. We will continue our conversation of social work during pandemic, extending the rich, moving discussions unfolding at the last two meetings. Going forward, the committee will meet by Zoom every three weeks. Please join as we consider together, among a community of supportive colleagues, various elements of the unfolding COVID-19 context and its cumulative impact, including  implications of emerging health discoveries, community engagement in the midst of collective trauma and loss, complex, nuanced issues of loss and mourning, and new questions about the time frame evolving before us regarding our work, our settings, and our professional future. Please RSVP to me at mgmiller96@aol.com to receive details on how to join our meeting via Zoom. Thank you, and sending my best-

Madelyn Miller, PhD, LCSW, chairperson. mgmiller96@aol.com.

 

Social Work during Pandemic

Ongoing 2020 Meetings

 

AGENDA

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Framing this moment in time
  • From local shootings to global humanitarian crises as collective trauma and collective loss unfold
  • Considering disaster anniversaries
  • Discussing our evolving experiences and our work during this time of COVID-19
  • Taking care of ourselves and each other
  • Ongoing collegial support, sustaining connections, active social engagement, social justice work, activism, advocacy, a sense of agency, and purpose
  • The meaning of our efforts and commitments as a resource, offering hope
  • Principles of relationship and community, social support and belonging, social cohesion and collective engagement in the wake of collective trauma and loss
  • Vicarious trauma, shared trauma, and vicarious resilience

 

 


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