The Social Matters Podcast

Episode 13 (S2). Seeking permission and engaging others (feat. Dave Tapsell)

March 22, 2020 Nadia, Fran, Eugene Season 2 Episode 13
The Social Matters Podcast
Episode 13 (S2). Seeking permission and engaging others (feat. Dave Tapsell)
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The Social Matters Podcast
Episode 13 (S2). Seeking permission and engaging others (feat. Dave Tapsell)
Mar 22, 2020 Season 2 Episode 13
Nadia, Fran, Eugene

Three friends that happen to be social workers discuss current social/social work issues from their front room.

Your favourite trio of social workers get together once again and are joined by special guest Dave Tapsell. Dave is a Social Worker, Systemic Psychotherapist and jointly wrote the article titled 'Seeking permission: an interviewing stance for finding connection with hard to reach families'. In this episode Dave provides his thoughtful and practical approach to engaging others in an ethical way through the use of permission seeking. 

With the inherent power that social workers have when coming face-to-face with families, how can we ensure that our power is use in an ethical and anti-oppressive way? This is a conversation that Nadia, Fran and Eugene were eager to reflect on. Tune in for another thought provoking and insightful episode. 

If you enjoy this episode then share with your friends, leave a review and follow The Social Matters Podcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. The handle is @matterspodcast 

Show Notes

Three friends that happen to be social workers discuss current social/social work issues from their front room.

Your favourite trio of social workers get together once again and are joined by special guest Dave Tapsell. Dave is a Social Worker, Systemic Psychotherapist and jointly wrote the article titled 'Seeking permission: an interviewing stance for finding connection with hard to reach families'. In this episode Dave provides his thoughtful and practical approach to engaging others in an ethical way through the use of permission seeking. 

With the inherent power that social workers have when coming face-to-face with families, how can we ensure that our power is use in an ethical and anti-oppressive way? This is a conversation that Nadia, Fran and Eugene were eager to reflect on. Tune in for another thought provoking and insightful episode. 

If you enjoy this episode then share with your friends, leave a review and follow The Social Matters Podcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. The handle is @matterspodcast