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Conference STEP

Connected - Systemic social work Throughout EuroPe
Thursday, April 25, 2013

see flyer of conference...

Program

 

The languages of the conference are German and English. The workshops will be in both languages (g/e) only in German (g) or only in English (e). If you need some help for understanding, you can always ask for.

 

8.30 a.m.

Registration and Refreshments

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9.15 a.m.

Welcome address (g/e)
Prof. Colette Peter, Head of International Study Affairs, Vice Director

Karin Waser, Head of  the Master of Advanced Studies in Systemic and Solution-Focused Social Work, both Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, School of Social Work
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9.30 a.m.

Introduction (g/e)
Irene Müller, member of the STEP project, lecturer and project manager, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, School of Social Work
Prof. Käthi Vögtli, member of the STEP project, supervisor and coach
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9.45 a.m.

Systemic Solution-Oriented for mandatory services (g/e)

Ursula Rätz, member of the Child and Adult Protection Authority, Biel
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10.30 a.m.

Coffee Break
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11.00 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions 1
see description of workshops...

WS 2: Inter-Institutional Cooperation «IIZ»: Possibilities and Limitations (g/e)

Christine Scheitlin, MAS in Systemic and Solution-Focused Social Work, Adviser/Coach, Head of Inter-Institutional Cooperation, Canton Zug

WS 3: What Works, Tell Us! (g/e)

Prof. Dr. Johannes Herwig-Lempp, Professor for Science of Social Work/Systemic Social Work, University of Applied Sciences Merseburg (D) / Lisa Werkmeister Rozas, Associate Professor, University of Connecticut,, Hartford/CT (USA)

 

WS 4: Constructivism – a play with assigned roles (g/e)

Dr. Michaela Judy, Group dynamics trainer, supervisor and manager of an adult education center, lectureships in adult education ASYS, Vienna (A) / Prof. Dr. Walter Milowiz, group dynamics trainer, supervisor and psychotherapist, general secretary of ASYS, Vienna (A) see minutes...

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12.30 a.m.

Lunch
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1.30 p.m.

Concurrent Sessions 2

see description of workshops...

WS 1: Strengthen the strength of parents (g/e)

Marlies Bieri, MAS in Systemic and Solution-Focused Social Work, specialised teacher for adult education, Head of ElternLehre®

 

WS 5: Teaching critical reflection in social work with fiction; using novels and films (e)

Katarina Fagerström MAS, university teacher in social work, Swedish School of Social Sciences at the University of Helsinki (FI) see handout...


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3.00 p.m.

Coffee Break
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3.30 p.m.

ParallelPlenaries
Hackney London - A Children & Young People’s Service reinvents itself (g)
Robert Koglec, Group Manager, Learning and Safeguarding, Children and Young People's Service, London Borough of Hackney

 

Relaying systemics systemically (g/e)
Prof. Dr. Johannes Herwig-Lempp, professor for Science of Social Work/Systemic Social Work at the University of Applied Sciences Merseburg / Prof. Dr. Lisa Werkmeister Rozas, Associate Professor of Puerto Rican/Latino Studies at the University of Connecticut School of Social Work, Hartford/CT (USA)
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4.20 p.m.

Closing Plenary (g/e)
Moderation: Irene Müller and Käthi Vögtli
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