Sexuality and Social Work – The lecture describes sexuality as an autonomous and collaborative force in all aspects of social work.
Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) – Lecture on a practical-relevant theoretical knowledge that provides a good foundation for the holistic view needed in social work. During the lecture you will receive a number of theoretical tools that can be used in practical social work and make changes possible even in complex situations.
Working with men in vulnerable situations – The lecture will contribute with new inputs in order to work with masculinity, violence and sexuality.
Working with war veterans – Responding to the return of veteran soldiers, service personnel and their families. What to think about, what you can do and PTSD.
Working with Social Capital in Social Work – How the concept of social capital can apply in the work with human relations, at the individual-, group- and community level.