2019 Presentations (Communicative Events)
Helping Students Find the Words: Understanding Role-Plays to Better Build Clinical Skills -- Workshop for #APM19
This interactive workshop is for social workers who want to learn about and participate in an innovative in-class clinical skills activity that challenges students to “find the words” as a therapist.
- Shear_Garay_Marquart_Helping Students Find the Words_Presentation at Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting 2019.pdf application/pdf 2.09 MB Download File
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- Social Work
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- November 15, 2019
CITATION IN APA FORMAT: Shear, M. K., Garay, K., and Marquart, M. (2019, October 27). Helping Students Find the Words: Understanding Role Plays to Better Build Clinical Skills. Workshop for the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Denver, CO.
The actors: Marshall Factora and Nana Ponceleon. The students from the Fall 2018 and Fall 2019 online course: Foundations of Grief Therapy. Columbia University School of Social Work, the Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning, and The Center for Complicated Grief. The team at CSSW: Kevin Ram, Christine Holmes, Hong Kyung Anna Suh, Johanna Creswell Báez, Steven Schinke, John McDonald, Starsha Jordan, Irv Garfinkel, Katherine S. Rochmat. The team at Columbia CTL: Abie Sidell, Stephanie Ogden, Jessica Rowe, Srilakshmi S. Nair, Michael Deleon, Celine Zaphiratos, Jon Hanford, Vincent Aliberto, Andre Laboy, Lucy Appert. The team at CCG: Colleen Gribbin Bloom, Bonnie Gorscak. Work supported by a grant from Columbia University Office of the Provost.