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Online CEU: Supporting the Human-Animal Bond in Social Work Practice
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 Export to Your Calendar 6/10/2020
When: Wednesday, June 10
10 - 11 am
Where: Online
Ohio
United States
Presenter: Stacey Burge, Garett Parsons, Aviva Vincent, and Janet Hoy-Gerlach
Contact: 16144614484


Online registration is available until: 6/10/2020
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Cost: free for members, $10 for non-members

About the workshop:

This workshop will explore the human-animal bond as an often unacknowledged need in the social safety net. The presenters will share an overview and case examples of human-animal support services in Ohio including integrated homelessness outreach to community-based services and supports. Attendees will gain an understanding of why it is important to address the human-animal bond to provide ethical, effective social work services. 

 Objectives:

1-Participants will be able to define what is meant by the human-animal bond and how such a bond may be encountered and/or supported during the course of social work practice.

2-Participants will be able to identify social work values and ethical imperatives that relate to supporting the human-animal bond.

3-Participants will learn about human animal-support services and other examples of integrated practice and resources, including case examples.

4-Participants will be able to integrate the human-animal bond into a broad picture of the social work profession and understand where social work education is and can play a role in furthering this work. 

 
About the presenters:

Stacey Burge, LISW-S - Executive Director of the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati

Garrett Parsons - Pet Program Coordinator/Housing Specialist for Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati

Aviva Vincent, PhD, LMSW - Director of Program Quality at Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center; Veterinary Social Worker

Janet Hoy-Gerlach, PhD, LISW-S, Associate Professor at University of Toledo Social Work Department and author of The Relevance of Human-Animal Interaction in Social Work Practice


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