Thurs, September 8, 2022
2 pm – 4 pm
$40 – UConn SSW Alumni and Current Field Instructors
$50 – All Others
Webinar link will be emailed when your registration is complete.
School social workers don’t always receive discipline-specific clinical supervision in their school setting. The lack of supervision is inconsistent with known best practices of the social work profession. It is time for school social workers to examine the social conditions, policies, and practices within the school setting that contribute to this inequity and advocate for the specialized field of school social work with the same tenacity and persistence as civil rights leaders. This interactive webinar will explain how this came to be and the resulting consequences. In addition, Dr. Tanya Bulls and Dr. Christine L. Limone will provide tools to empower participants to advocate for change in their home districts.
This webinar is intended for experienced and new school social workers, principals, and building administrators. Upon completion, participants will:
- understand this phenomenon and its impact on the field of school social work
- engage in activities to practice how to get into “Good Trouble” for themselves and the students they serve
- be empowered with tools to advocate for organizational change in their districts