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Wasif Ali
23:44
Wonderful area of study
Tricia Snyder
25:44
Is anyone else having trouble hearing her?
Tricia Snyder
25:55
Thanks
Diego Suarez Rojas
25:57
no
Emmanuel Chilanga
26:01
no
Jacqueline Fields
26:01
I'm hearing her okay.
Diego Suarez Rojas
26:02
I can hear perfectly
Hilary Daum
26:14
I can hear her :)
HELEN
27:52
its ok, I'm hearing.
Tricia Snyder
30:50
I have shifted teaching biopsychosocial assessments and resulting plan creation to include spirituality, increases self-determination
Vibha Kaushik
35:50
Very interesting study and wonderful presentation Emma.
Lindsay Snoke
36:22
Thank you that’s a great topic Emma, very engaging presentation. It’s so interesting how spirituality can impact almost every community or environment.
Tricia Snyder
37:23
I use case study example situations so students can check their own bias in relation to how spirituality impacts practice
Tiahna Pantovich
37:56
Very unique presentation! I appreciate it this morning
Emily Murphy
39:25
Thank you for the great presentation Emma. I think its very interesting to explore spirituality with our clients and within ourselves. I have found a lot of connections with mindfulness activities and spirituality and have seen how my students and clients are comforted by this
Diego Suarez Rojas
42:38
1 Presentation is multimodal. 2.- The category of the sacred. 3.- Phenomenology and replication 4.- Darkness and pathology
Diego Suarez Rojas
43:03
https://divinity.uchicago.edu/directory/richard-b-miller
Diego Suarez Rojas
44:34
https://humdev.uchicago.edu/directory/margaret-beale-spencer
Diego Suarez Rojas
45:39
https://www.lakeforest.edu/academics/faculty/watson
Tricia Snyder
49:58
I find folks are resistant that do not truly understand spirituality versus corrupt t religious structures - use the research to educate not only students but leadership
Diego Suarez Rojas
51:06
not only leaders. The whole curricula is the problem. Leadership changes throughout the years, but systems of knowledge live longer. We can think about this problem through the categories of the sacred and monstruous?
Rebecca Christopher
51:45
I wonder if perhaps there is any room in this research for interprofessional collaboration. Perhaps pastoral counseling, marriage and family therapy, etc. I wonder if or how clergy are educated to explore potential spiritual distress.
Anita Gooding
52:27
Could you share some of those case studies, Tricia?
Tricia Snyder
52:37
I will share with group
Tricia Snyder
52:41
I have ppt
Anita Gooding
52:42
Thanks
Tricia Snyder
52:46
and learning exercises
Tricia Snyder
53:03
I teach in diversity, equity, and justice class
Tricia Snyder
54:36
https://brockportsuny-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/tsnyder_brockport_edu/EbzIzNeotKlKtaqmrEglJzYBPtkgxBvIUP_caJo9L2MsPg?e=YRmRSi
Vibha Kaushik
55:13
Look forward to the resources Tricia. I will keep an eye for that. I also teach diversity and social justice courses. I will definitely learn something new
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
57:35
Thanks so much Emma that was excellent and made me think so muhc
Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:00:29
For Diego, I think you would be interested in this: http://pisab.org/
Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:01:05
This group sees how racism is White people's pathology.
Tricia Snyder
01:01:13
I use the mantra people do the best they can with what they have - human behavior social learning and access to information, this aligns with our responsibility to advocate but also practice empathy
Emily Murphy
01:02:47
I would be curious to know if any research has been done on police officers
Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:02:58
There are many research on that.
Tiahna Pantovich
01:03:22
https://www.statista.com/statistics/585152/people-shot-to-death-by-us-police-by-race/
Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:03:24
Look up George Patterson from Silberman School of Social Work.
Tiahna Pantovich
01:03:37
https://mappingpoliceviolence.org/
Tricia Snyder
01:03:37
There is also research on bias within police
Diego Suarez Rojas
01:03:44
https://www.diegosuarezrojas.com/acerca-de-1
Tiahna Pantovich
01:03:45
I put two links
Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:04:10
https://sssw.hunter.cuny.edu/staff-members/patterson-george-m-s-ph-d/
Lindsay Snoke
01:06:21
That’s a great point Tiahna, Same situations with people who are in crisis.
Lindsay Snoke
01:06:50
There should be another option other than calling police. Police are not triained in US for dealing with mental health.
Emily Murphy
01:07:09
agreed Lindsay
Emily Murphy
01:07:17
It is a major issue
Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:07:20
Diego, people who are from other countries, like you and me, have some roles in doing this work:)
Diego Suarez Rojas
01:08:02
indeed, Kanako! International research and practice all the way
Emily Murphy
01:08:07
I have seen many negative outcomes from police involvement on child welfare cases as well
Emily Murphy
01:08:23
because they don't have the training in mental health or trauma
Tiahna Pantovich
01:08:37
Good points!
Tricia Snyder
01:08:39
Here in Rochester NY unfortunately we have had many people of color shot by law enforcement and have been in the national news. We have 1 mental health response team which is just not enough - instead if any mental health - automatically disperse social worker with law enforcement
Tiahna Pantovich
01:09:11
Thanks for bringing your perspective
Diego Suarez Rojas
01:11:03
Thomas Theorem
Diego Suarez Rojas
01:11:17
everything in which people believe, it is real in its consequences
Jacqueline Fields
01:12:13
Well said indeed, Tiahna, and your earlier comment about the statistics regarding the heavier punishments that Blacks receive - I think there is need for us in social work to go beyond being cognizant of the stats, but we need to invest in awareness and education, and have the heavy, uncomfortable conversations on the issue about that "darkness" Diego mentioned. We need to confront that darkness intentionally in Social Work.
Tiahna Pantovich
01:12:31
yes!
Diego Suarez Rojas
01:13:37
do we get a confirmation email
Kanako Okuda (she/her/hers)
01:13:38
Thank you, everyone!
Diego Suarez Rojas
01:13:45
for our abstract)
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
01:13:46
Thank you! I have to exit for another meeting :)
Rebecca Christopher
01:13:50
This was great!