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QuaranTalks with Teasley

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The University of Utah College of Social Work presents Quaran Talks with Teasly. Creating More Equitable Public Schools. Tuesday, September 29th from 12 pm to 1 pm. Dr. Tasha Seneca Keyes will share findings from her research, review school disparities for American Indian students, outline the strengths and weaknesses of restorative justice practices, and provide recommendations about the key role of school social workers for creating schools that are more equitable.

Confronting Reentry Challenges: Supporting Reintegration after Release from Prison. Tuesday, October 20 from 12:00 pm to 1 :00 pm. Dr. Christian Sarver will provide a brief overview of the social context of reentry, present recent research examining the impact of a comprehensive treatment program on recidivism and substance use among recently-released inmates with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders, and share recommendations for improving treatment efficacy for this high-risk population.

Is Self-Interest Really in Your Best Interest? Exploring the Benefits of Self-Transcendent Experiences. Wednesday, November 18 from 12:00 pm to 1 :00 pm. Your sense of self is likely one of the most familiar parts of your life, but losing yourself may help you find health and happiness. Dr. Adam Hanley will discuss how it feels to lose your sense of self in a moment of self-transcendence, explore how mindfulness can help you transcend your sense of selt and  review how mindful self-transcendence can improve health and well-being.

Please register in advance for these free events; a Zoom link will be sent prior to each event. 1 NASW-endorsed CEU per event {anticipated) will be available upon successful completion of a short quiz. Please direct questions to Paige: u1174792@utah.edu



Additional Items

Donation for CSW Student Support

  Price: $5.00 - $50.00

We are pleased to waive our standard CEU fees at this difficult time. We know it is challenging for many people right now, including our social work students. Thus, if you are able, we invite you to support an emergency student fund established by Dean Martell Teasley.