The Millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000) are the new generation of social workers. This group has displayed a more progressive set of values regarding human sexuality, technology and relationships. This workshop will address what shaped this generation and how Millennials make meaning of specific areas of human sexuality including, sensuality, intimacy, sexual identity, human reproduction, and sexualization. Social work practice implications for Millennial social workers and their GenX and Baby Boomer supervisors will be explored.
Goals & Objectives
At the end the training, participants will:
Goal 1) Increase their knowledge base of intergenerational diversity similarities;
Objective 1) Identify the similarities between Millennials, GenXers, and Baby Boomers.
Goal 2) Increase their knowledge base of intergenerational diversity differences;
Objective 2) Identify the differences between Millennials, GenXers, and Baby Boomers.
Goal 3) Increase agency about the role of social media and its impact on Millennials;
Objective 3) Describe one unique impact that social media has had on shaping Millennials.
Goal 4) Increase knowledge base of human sexuality;
Objective 4) Describe two concepts in the Circles of Sexuality.
Goal 5) Increase their awareness of counter-transference reactions about Millennials;
Objective 5) Identify and describe at least one personal and one professional value about working with Millennials.
Goal 6) Increase knowledge and skills for working with Millennials around human sexuality in social work practice;
Objective 6) Describe and demonstrate skills for effectively working with Millennials around human sexuality issues in practice.
Brent A. Satterly, PhD, LCSW, CSE, CST is an Associate Professor and BSW Program Director in Widener University’s Center for Social Work Education. With over 20 years clinical and educational experience, Dr. Satterly co-authored the textbook, Sexuality Concepts for Social Workers, and is well published in human sexuality and social work pedagogies, clinical work with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) populations, and LGBT professional identity management. He is a member of good standing in the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, the Pennsylvania Association of Undergraduate Social Work Education, and the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors.
Date: Friday, May 12, 2017
Time: 8:30am registration, workshop: 9am to 4pm (1 hour lunch break)
Location: Belmont Behavioral Health, 4200 Monument Road, Philadelphia, PA 19131
Credits: 6 CEU’s for PA Social Workers; MFT’s and PC’s
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“NASW-PA Chapter is a co-sponsor of this workshop. 6 CEs will be awarded for completion of this course. NASW has been designated as a pre-approved provider of professional continuing education for social workers (Section 47.36), Marriage and Family Therapist (Section 48.36) and Professional Counselors (Section 49.36) by the PA State Board of Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists and Professional Counselors.”