August 18, 2019 Collab Salon: Exploring narrative supervision as a social justice practice

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  • August 18, 2019
    5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Shona and Sarah will discuss key principles of their work in supervision that fit with bringing the politics of experience into supervision. These key principles include 1) positioning knowledge as discourse: using the skills of deconstruction and transparency; 2) co-constructed knowledges: valuing perspectives of supervisees and clients; 3) the use of questions verses directives, 4) valuing expansive conversations, and 5) promoting discursive agency.  Using these principles as a guide, Shona and Sarah will invite us to explore the politics of knowledge and power and consider ways to cultivate a social justice ethic in supervisory experience.

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2018-11-18T08:59:31-04:00November 11th, 2018|Comments Off on August 18, 2019 Collab Salon: Exploring narrative supervision as a social justice practice