Social justice is a key component to our role and identity as Social Workers. This workshop discusses how we can pursue social change on behalf of our communities and strengthen societal bonds as we work towards common goals. Participants will learn and discuss different types of ethical problems that contribute to barriers of social.
Time: 9AM - 1PM EST
Contact Hours: 4
Format: Live Remote (Zoom) – Link Sent 2 Days Before Workshop
Speaker Name: Dr. Christine Rogerson
Speaker Bio: Dr. Christine Rogerson is an Assistant Professor with the school of social work at Radford University. She graduated with her Ph.D. in social work from Simmons University, her MSW degree from the University of New England, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Maine. Dr. Rogerson’s teaching centers around social justice, ethics, policy, and social work practice areas. She has over 13 years of experience as an independently licensed clinical social worker, working primarily with children and families. Dr. Rogerson’s practice experience includes school social work, integrated behavioral health, family therapy, individual therapy with youth and adults, in-patient behavioral health, mobile crisis, and in-home services. Dr. Rogerson’s scholarship focuses on child welfare, ethical decision-making, and social work teaching practices. She enjoys being outdoors, baking, and spending time with family.