Date: 6 September 2019 from 14:30 to 16:15
Conductors: Marco Ius
A workshop to engage social professionals to work in a resilient framework
The concept of resilience is widespread within the social service culture, though how to drive it into practice with vulnerable children and families is problematic, and its integration in care plans often controversial.
The workshop aims at exploring the concept of resilience by a sociodramatic drawing activity that it is used in one-day training sessions on resilience for social practitioners in order to warm up the group (emotionally, cognitively, physically and socially) with the topic and its relevant aspects (for example risk and protective factors), and to collect the group’s culture on it to be used as a base for the whole training.
Participants will be able to experience the activity, share and discuss about it. The theoretical and methodological framework wil be presented and discussed in the paper “Pictures, drawings and sociodrama: fostering the integration of resilience theory in social work with children and families”. Both English and Italian speakers are welcome to participate.