The last A Day in The Life Practice Wisdom of 2020 is from Eilidh McDonald, a social worker with SWIIS fostering and adoption agency, who reflects on the impact of her professional and personal life merging into each other as we went into the first lockdown in 2020, describing it best with the powerful line: “I spent a lot of time having confidential conversations in my toilet”.
Research Confidence: Supporting students to take on research Projects
Mindfulness and Social Work – the next in LNW’s Practice Wisdom series.
After a summer break, Practice Wisdom is back with an article shared by IPE and resilience guru, Sarah Rose.
In support of last week’s Black Tuesday and the use of space to amplify the voices, work and message of the Black Community, this Practice Wisdom is sharing work promoting anti-racist practice within practice education in Scotland.
This Practice Wisdom comes from Dr Gabor Mate, speaker, physician and author. He is best known for his expertise on addiction, stress, childhood trauma, and the mind-body connection. During this Coronavirus global lockdown, Gabor is providing guidance on coping with isolation, raising emotional awareness and finding opportunities for growth.
ScOPT Trustee Cath Shaw will be running Practice Wisdom as a regular feature on our website to share skills, knowledge and meaningful connections for independent practice teachers.