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Reflective Practice in Social Work

Reflective Practice in Social Work

 Expert guidance class

delivered by Siobhan Maclean

 Date: 31st January 2020

Time: 10.00 am – 4pm

Venue: Mary Woollett Centre, Danum Road, Doncaster, DN4 5HF

This session explores:

  • What do we mean by reflection, reflective practice and reflexivity?
  • What is the difference between reflection and critical reflection?
  • Why is reflective practice so important in contemporary social work?
  • What are the barriers to reflective practice and how might we overcome these?
  • The “Big Six”: Concepts in reflection
  • Theories and models of reflection
  • Using models to enhance reflection
  • Improving critically reflective writing

 

The target audience for this class will be ASYE’s and less experienced social workers, students and practice educators.

 

Siobhan Maclean has been a practice educator for more than 20 years and has worked with more than 150 students in that time. She is often asked to deliver workshops and expert classes for practice educators. All Siobhan’s training is individually designed but she has covered issues such as:

  • Returning to practice education after some time
  • Understanding contemporary frameworks in practice education
  • Developing specific skills as practice educators: developing a learning curriculum, group supervision, off site arrangements etc
  • Creativity in practice education
  • The journey model of practice education
  • How do I book?There are 100 places available which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.   Closing date for booking places is 31st Dec 2020
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  • Please email SYTP-CPDModules&Masterclasses@sheffield.gov.uk to book your place or for any queries.
  • There is a small charge of £50 per place to cover the cost of this class and we ask you to give us your local authority business unit code or details of payment.
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Sue Goulding Masterclass – “I can’t dance – don’t ask me

Workshop  – “I can’t dance – don’t ask me”

28th January 2020

10am – 4pm

at Sheffield Town Hall, Room G46 (left of the main foyer), Pinstone Street, Sheffield

delivered by

Sue Goulding , Consultant Clinical Psychologist

 This workshop looks at the dance of attachment between children with an early history of trauma and their care givers.  The session will look at secure attachment: the gold standard, attachment development and its implications for care giving; attachment types; going crazy together – the impact of attachment disorder in care giving; attachment in our brains and therapeutic parenting against the odds. 

 

Sue’s career as a child psychologist has spanned over 35 years working with children, their families and carers in education, social services and health authorities.  Now in independent practice, Sue has a particular interest in applying the practical principles of attachment theory and therapy into facilitating a new and healthy dance of attachment for children suffering the effects of early trauma and their carers/parents.

 

There are 100 places available which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

There is a small charge of £50 per place to cover the cost of this workshop and we ask you to give us your business unit code so that we can recharge your service area.    

Please email SYTP-CPDModules&Masterclasses@sheffield.gov.uk to book your place or for any queries.

Closing date for booking places is 31st Dec 2020

 

Masterclass in Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

Masterclass covering:

 

    • Human trafficking and Modern Slavery
    • FGM
    • Forced Marriage
    • ‘Honour’ Related Abuse
    • Domestic and sexual violence

 Delivered by Ashiana, Sheffield

(Ashiana Sheffield has over 30 years’ experience working with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) adults, children and young people fleeing domestic and sexual abuse including forced marriage, human trafficking, female genital mutilation, gang violence and ‘honour’-based violence.)

 

Date: 10th December 2019

Time: 2pm-5pm

Venue: Sheffield Hallam University, Stoddart Building , Room 7139, Sheffield City Centre, Arundel Gate

  • Introduction to Ashiana
  • ‘Issues’ faced by our client group:
    • Human trafficking and Modern Slavery
    • FGM
    • Forced Marriage
    • ‘Honour’ Related Abuse
    • Domestic and sexual violence
  • Discussion – how these ‘issues’ intersect. That we don’t consider our clients to be the ‘issues’ they present with. That we need to look at impacts and avoid assuming best route of support for someone.
  • Impacts of abuse and exploitation (including discussion around trauma and PTSD)
  • Trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (process by which potential survivors of trafficking are identified and referred into support.
  • Areas of concern with this process.
  • Pre-trafficking precarity
  • Our model of support and good practice response.

 

How do I book?

 

There are 60 places available which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

There is a small charge of £40 per place to cover the cost of this training and we ask you to give us your business unit code so that we can recharge your local authority or contact Sally.Dean@sheffield.gov.uk for method of payment.    We are unable to refund any costs should you cancel your place.

 

Please email SYTP-CPDModules&Masterclasses@sheffield.gov.uk to book your place or for any queries.