The Council on Social Work Education is hosting a two-week summit on the meaningful inclusion of content related to religion, spirituality, and faith in the social work curriculum and our organization is one of the major sponsors. Society Pres., Kimberly Hardy, and founder Ed Canda, are members of the Summit Planning committee. Information from the Summit will be shared at APM so be sure to join us so you can hear more.
Speaking of APM - please join us on November 5th for the Spirituality Track meeting at APM in Orlando! Let's meet (or see each other again) in person and continue the discussion of spirituality's role is social work education.
The Society for Spirituality and Social Work is a network of social workers and other helping professionals dedicated to spiritually sensitive practice and education. We seek to encourage, honor, and nurture the diverse religious and non-religious paths, resources, and traditions that offer meaning and support to people, including ourselves. We are committed to promoting well-being and justice for all people and all beings. Our events and materials are designed to promote research, development of theory, and dissemination of innovations for practice and policy related to spirituality in our profession. In our gatherings, we celebrate the values of dignity, interdependence, compassion, respect, peace, justice, and connection with that which people feel is most significant or sacred.
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