Ten Ways to Intentionally Use Group Work to Transform Hate and Enhance Community Building
Lorraine Guth, PhD; Ana Isabel Puig, PhD; Christian D. Chan, PhD; and Anneliese A. Singh, PhD
The Association for Specialists in Group Work recently created a best-practice document that provides 10 ways that group work can be used to transform hate, facilitate courageous conversations, and enhance community building. Come and meet the authors of this document, who will discuss group work strategies for creating brave, affirming, and humanizing spaces; cultivating cultural humility; engaging in intentional unity building, and much more. Key resources, videos, training tools, and websites will also be shared.
1.Understand the rationale for, guiding principles behind, and content of the ASGW publication that discusses ten ways to intentionally use group work to transform hate, facilitate courageous conversations, and enhance community building.
2.Experience how these ten group work strategies can be effectively utilized in teaching, supervision, and group counseling practice.
3.Apply these best practice strategies to specific group work scenarios and offer feedback on the document.
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