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PROGRESS PLACE

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Cassie Cornacchia

on 28 February 2015

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Transcript of PROGRESS PLACE

CRITICAL INCIDENT
PROGrESs PLACE
DISCUSSION

If we lack personal experiences, of the challenges people we are working with are experiencing, can we still work with them?

If so, what are some strategies to ensure we will be capable of creating a strong relationship?

Reconstruction
Schedule of presentation

1. Description of Progress Place & Role (3 minutes) Husna
2. Skit (1 minute) Anna & Husna
3. Deconstruct the skit (What would you do?) (3 minutes) Husna
4. Skit finishes (1 min) Anna & Husna
5. Deconstruction (8 minutes) Husna
6. Question - Lived experience (3 min) Anna
7. Challenge & resistance (8 minutes) Anna
8. Reconstruction & Mindfulness Meditation (10 minutes) Cassandra
9. Questions

Power imbalance
Money
SANISM
Expectations of clients
'Normalcy discourse'
HELPER - RECEIVER
Binaries (either or)
Both!
Education in relation to helper
ENTITLEMENT & PROFESSIONALISM
Privileges Entitlement
Expectations of clients
Binary relations
Who is the expert?
Challenge

"Challenge involves the identification of both the existence and operation of discourses and that which is hidden, glossed over or assumed" (Fook, 2002, p.95).

"By treating an account as a discourse which is presented from a particular position, we have recognized that there might be other ways of seeing it which are not presented. So the very process of deconstruction is in itself an act of resistance, since it assumed a questioning of prevailing perspectives" (Fook 2002, p.95).




Helper - Receiver
Power relation
Who is qualified?
Client's actions as resistance?
RESISTANCE
QUESTIONS?
POWER & PRIVILEGE
New STRUCTURES/
CONCEPTS
Mindfulness
Insights on Interpersonal Dynamics
Situational Awareness
Carrying your knowledge Bundle
MINDFULNESs

Attending to the present moment fully, on purpose, non-judgementally
Allows you to act with purpose, composure, and equanimity in stressful situations
InSIGHTS ON INTERPERSONAL
DYNAMICS

Being aware of, reflecting upon, and constantly working to improve relationships
Self-Awareness surrounding triggers, difficult topics, discomforting situations

SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
Being aware of your environment, your current role, your current emotional state and the emotional state of those around you
KNowledge Bundle
Build upon and carry with you the knowledge you hold
Made of ongoing training, education, culture, community, colonialism, decolonization, personal history
Develop your capacity in spirit, heart, mind & body (Witchitowin, 2009)
2 MINUTE
MINDFULNESS MEDITATION
DISCUSSION
WHAT ARE SOME STRATEGIES YOU HAVE TO STAY PRESENT/ KEEP YOUR MIND CLEAR?
WHAT ARE SOME IMPORTANT THINGS YOU KEEP IN YOUR KNOWLEDGE BUNDLE?
DECONSTRUCTION
Main Theme
Critique of student's qualification
Who is a student?
Digging deep
interpretations
&
assumptions
biases/gaps
Student vs. Member
Lack of lived experience
"I know who is most qualified"
Heterosexual
Young Adult
Living with parents
Graduating and moving forward
Mentally healthy and Able-bodied
Female
Immigrant
Income Status
Mental Health and Addictions experience
"I dare say everyone in this room has stories of both oppression and privilege. How do we dig down to find, not uncrackable, unmovable rhetoric, but the concrete daily material, emotional, and spiritual realities of privilege and oppression on this planet rife with injustice?"
(Clare, 2003)
WHO IS A STUDENT?
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