Final field? Job searching? Applying for scholarships?
Join Jennifer Luna Jackson, Director of Career Services and Alumni Relations, and Laura Thain, Graduate Writer Coordinator, as they provide tips on designing your résumé.
Bring a printed copy of your résumé for an on-site review (no laptops please)
This workshop is mandatory for those wishing to have a one-on-one resume review. Register on Steer!
For questions please contact DCCS at 512-232-7362 DCCS@austin.utexas.eduFind out more »
Back after popular demand! Come and join Anna Lisa Conlin, a therapist from Sol Community Counseling & Metta Yoga Therapy in an experiential workshop! With a growing number of alternative therapies in social work today, this workshop will focus on how mindfulness, somatic awareness and yoga can be incorporated into therapy.
For questions or concerns contact DCCS@austin.utexas.edu or 512-232-7362
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The Sue Fairbanks Psychoanalytic Research Collaboration presents
TINA ADKINS, PHD
mentalization and reflective parenting
Mentalization develops within the context of a secure attachment relationship and is the skill of being able to see yourself from the outside and others from the inside. This session will examine this ability in more detail, including how it relates to healthy parenting and positive child outcomes.
A light lunch will be served. Free CEUs provided. Registration opens August 21 (session limited to 30 people).
The Psychoanalytic Lunch & Learn sessions seek to introduce psychoanalytic concepts to community practitioners, researchers, social work students, social workers and those in all helping professions. These sessions are sponsored by the Fairbanks Psychoanalytic Research Collaboration, a program at the Texas Institute for Child & Family Wellbeing.Find out more »
The Sue Fairbanks Lecture in Psychoanalytic Knowledge presents
ELIZABETH Kita, PhD
“Everyone hates me now, but where were they when I needed them?”: A psychodynamic look at trauma, violence, and mass incarceration.
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Elizabeth Kita received her PhD in clinical social work from Smith College’s School of Social Work in 2012, after many years of clinical practice in a variety of settings: with children and families in their homes, a community outpatient clinic, a state prison, the department of parole, a psychodynamic psychotherapy clinic, and in private practice. She discovered psychodynamic theory along the way, and found it to be the most humanizing lens through which to understand people and their problems.
In addition to practicing as a clinical social worker, Kita is a lecturer at UC Berkeley, and provides clinical supervision to licensed and unlicensed clinicians. She also coordinates a peer-driven support program for formerly incarcerated “lifers.”Find out more »