North East London Social Work Teaching Partnership in conjunction with Mark Wheeler is holding a free event for social workers at all levels.
|Time: 14:00 – 16:30|
Speaker: Mark Wheeler, MA, MSW, PGCE, FHEA
Work in social service settings is gratifying yet can impact our person in unhealthy ways. Current social climates often exacerbate existing tensions causing emotive professional situations to illicit feelings of isolation, detachment, and/or distrust. This dynamic can manifest not only in the service user/service relationship but also between colleagues. This session will apply the concept: personality disorder to profession contexts and explore the ways in which the concept can help of hinder progress towards shared goals. The session is suitable for all professional orientations and Learning Objectives can be meaningfully applied in all practice contexts.
Aims of the session:
Objectives: Upon completion of this CPD briefing session delegates will have:
Mark Wheeler is the Acting Head of Social Work at the University of East London. Mark has experience of holding workshops (Mental Health) for the BA and MA Social Work courses and local authority stakeholders. Professional social work experience has been acquired through practice in a variety of contexts including the voluntary, non-profit, private, and statutory sectors in the United States and the UK.
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This event is open for staff working within the North East London Social Work Teaching Partnership only.