July 6, 2007


Winnipeg Narrative Therapy presents Julie Tilsen (Vancouver BC) & David Nylund (Sacramento, CA)
Winnipeg, November 19th and 20th 2007

Beyond “Diversity�: Queering Your Practice for Social Justice

Taking the somewhat queer position that therapy is a political act where stories of resistance can be found and brought forward, Julie and Dave invite participants to examine issues of power and privilege that serve as the under girding of systems of oppression. In this experiential and practice-based workshop, participants will explore issues of oppression that cut across various social locations. Consideration for intersectionality and a focus on how these systems of dominance impact our work will be emphasized.

Productive investigation of our own initiation into dominant ideas about race, class, sex and gender, conceptual foundations that are just and ethical, and clinical skills that are responsive to client preferences will be discussed and demonstrated. Self-reflection, theory, and application will be combined as we examine work with queer clients from a social justice and critical multicultural framework. Drawing from current thinking in the areas of critical multiculturalism, post-colonial and queer theory, we examine the dilemmas and possibilities that emerge when identity is constructed based on gender and sexuality.

To register go on line to www.winnipegnarrativetherapy.com call 204-229-7720 or contact wnt@shaw.ca

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Register now for a workshop by EdChange at the Resource Center— Saturday, August 11, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EdChange, the Minnesota-based non-profit advocating equity and social justice, presents “DIALOGUE IS NOT ENOUGH: Disrupting White Power, White Privilege, Poverty, & Classism,� a day-long workshop. Panelists include Join Julie Landsman, Heather Hackman, Robert Simmons, Paul Gorski, Haseena Hamzawala, Johanna Eager, Leah Larson, Jill Madsen, Kim Smolik, and other members of the EdChange Coalition for a low-cost workshop opportunity for Educators, Activists, and Policymakers. Note: registration is limited to 50 participants! You can register by filling out the form available at http://www.EdChange.org/RCOA.html and returning it, along with a check for $45, to EdChange c/o Paul C. Gorski; 41 Baker Street East; St. Paul, MN 55107. For more information at contact@edchange.org. Learn more about EdChange by visiting our Web site: http://www.EdChange.org. All proceeds will benefit the Resource Center of the Americas.

Posted by lind0449 at July 6, 2007 9:42 AM