Félagið hefur ákveðið að bjóða upp á þrjá hádegisfyrirlestra í fjarfundi með Herman Mönnink höfund bókarinnar Social Work Toolbox sjá nánar
Herman Mönnink hefur sérhæft sig í áfallavinnu og leiðum til að fyribyggja kulnun og nú leggur hann sérstaka áherslu á hvernig félagsráðgjafar geta veitt stuðning í framhaldi af CORONA-19 faraldrinum. Yfirskrift fyrirlestrana er:
· Grief Support by Social Workers
· Self Care of Social Workers
· Corona After Care by Social Workers
Fyrirlestrarnir verða í fjarfundarbúnaðnum zoom og lögð áhersla á virka þátttöku. Fyrirlestrarnir verða miðvikudagana 20. og 27. maí og 3. júní kl. 12:00-13:15
Skráning er einungis fyrir félagsráðgjafa á email@example.com Þátttakendur fá senda slóð á fundina klukkustund áður en þeir hefjast.
Upplýsingar um Herman:
From 1978, Herman J. de Mönnink has held a position as Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Work, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands; he is in private practice as a trainer in multimethod social work (MMSW) and a trauma psychologist/grief therapist. He believes that the strength of MMSW is that it effectively meets human needs and human rights of socially, economically and politically vulnerable people.
Herman graduated from the University of Groningen (1976) in Social Clinical Psychology (MSc), where he managed the practice research project ‘Psychotherapy for the Poor’. He published several articles about evidence-based social work methods, grief support and burnout-prevention. In 1996, his first book was published, titled Grief Support, including Unfinished Business Syndrome (UBS) and Therapeutic Photo Confrontation (TPC). For Victim Support Netherlands he trained social workers using TPC for victims of sudden death (by accidents, homicide, suicide, natural disasters, terrorism and aircraft disaster).
Herman published the Dutch version of this book titled The Social Workers’
Toolbox: Multimethod Social Work. In this bestselling book he proposed a
paradigm shift, working not from a one-method-fits-for-all-perspective but from
a multimethod perspective. Herman trained social workers around the world about
a flexible combination of 20 well-written social work methods.