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Alice Gojová

Alice GojováAlice Gojová works since 1999 at Department of Social Work at Faculty of Social Studies at University of Ostrava. In 1999–2003 she worked as social worker in the Civic Association Vzájemné soužití and participated in the project Vesnička soužití (iniciated by Kumar Vishwanathan). In 2003 she implemented an educational course for community workers with support of Leida Schuring and Jef Helmer. She participated on a translation of a book written by Leida Schuring to Czech. In 2014–2015 worked as a community work methodologist of the Moravian-Silesian Region in socially excluded localities and she will continue there in the next project. In 2015 she was also a member of a working group at The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs which under the leadership of Zuzana Havrdová prepared the Methodical recommendation for the community work.

 

Workshop: Abstract

Patterns and dilemmas in community work – reflections of social workers

During the seminar we will discuss reflections of four social workers from the project of community work in the Moravian-Silesian Region, Růžena Dunková, Irena Štulíková, Tomáš Vaněk and Jakub Neubauer. They will introduce us the dilemmas which they identify in their community work. We will discuss the criteria and the way of decision- making of community workers in the dilemmatic situations.

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Workshop 2017 Werner Schütze (DE)

Dr. Werner Schütze:
OPEN DIALOG IN MENTAL HEALTH CARE

We wholeheartedly invite you to an experiential workshop, centered on the experience of being in dialogue. The workshop is suited for people who are interested in the field of mental health care, are currently working in the field, or wish doing so in future.

When: 24. - 25. 11. 2017
Where: Brno

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