Diversity: Dialoguing Towards Self-Understanding
In a safe, and nonjudgmental environment, let's understand our overt and unintentional biases and privileges and how we can strive towards cultural competence, self-awareness, and critical thinking. "Differences" are a hot topic and something that even seasoned professionals continue to grapple. Let's navigate the “growing pains” of self-exploration and consider encounters that push us to question our thoughts, behavior, and actions. Leave and lead with a greater self-acceptance and appreciation of others.
About our facilitator
Dr. Amy Meyers is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Molloy College and the Director of Field Education. She has presented nationally on sibling abuse, trained staff at the Administration for Children’s Services and Department of Social Services, and presented widely at metropolitan mental health and social service agencies. She has published a series of articles on sibling abuse. She has also developed bullying workshops for both parents and children, to help families effectively strategize. Additionally, she has offered these trainings to schools and libraries. Dr. Meyers holds an MSW from Hunter College, and a PhD in Social Welfare from CUNY Graduate Center. She also is trained in psychoanalysis and has a private practice in Manhattan, NY.
- Thursday, October 18, 2018
- 3:00pm - 4:30pm
- H 239