The Ethics of Love in Social Work Practice
Presented by: Jessica Saniġaq Ullrich, MSW, PhD
Moderator: Tonie Protzman, MS, LPC, CDC, PSP III
One Ethics Credit
February 14th at Noon AKST
Learn about the historical significance of love in the civil rights movement and how Indigenous connectedness can help us know that at the core of our being is love not as an emotion, but as a sense of spirit, or being. When we come from that place- this can become our renewable energy source, which prevents burnout. This can be how we connect and engage with people in an ethical and genuine way. When we book end our relationships and work with love, we can truly implement social justice wherever we are at in our practice.