The Social Matters Podcast

Episode 4. (S3). Systemic Social Work: A Team Manager's perspective. (feat. Rebecca Harvey)

November 22, 2020 Nadia, Fran, Eugene Season 3 Episode 4
The Social Matters Podcast
Episode 4. (S3). Systemic Social Work: A Team Manager's perspective. (feat. Rebecca Harvey)
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The Social Matters Podcast
Episode 4. (S3). Systemic Social Work: A Team Manager's perspective. (feat. Rebecca Harvey)
Nov 22, 2020 Season 3 Episode 4
Nadia, Fran, Eugene

Three friends that happen to be social workers discuss current social/social work issues from their front rooms (via Skype). 

Your favourite trio of social workers are separated by the lockdown but connected in the virtual realm! Nadia, Fran and Eugene are back for and episode looking at what Systemic Social Work, in practice, looks like. 

The team were lucky enough to get the views of Child Protection Team Manager, Rebecca Harvey. Rebecca is a qualified social worker, soon to be Family Therapist and published author. In this episode, Rebecca shares her journey with Systemic Social Work and how the ideas fit in with her day-to-day role as a Team Manager. 

Many people have asked "what is systemic?" so now's the chance to have the answer in a lot more depth. Tune in and let us know what you think.

Join the conversation, remember to leave us a review and pass it on.

Keep safe : )

Show Notes

Three friends that happen to be social workers discuss current social/social work issues from their front rooms (via Skype). 

Your favourite trio of social workers are separated by the lockdown but connected in the virtual realm! Nadia, Fran and Eugene are back for and episode looking at what Systemic Social Work, in practice, looks like. 

The team were lucky enough to get the views of Child Protection Team Manager, Rebecca Harvey. Rebecca is a qualified social worker, soon to be Family Therapist and published author. In this episode, Rebecca shares her journey with Systemic Social Work and how the ideas fit in with her day-to-day role as a Team Manager. 

Many people have asked "what is systemic?" so now's the chance to have the answer in a lot more depth. Tune in and let us know what you think.

Join the conversation, remember to leave us a review and pass it on.

Keep safe : )