Second-year MSW students are invited to attend a lunch and learn session on Tuesday, Oct. 25, to hear more about a course that will be offered in the spring on The Satir Growth Model. The lunch session will be held from noon-1 p.m. In Room 102. Participants should bring their own lunch, but dessert will be provided.
The Satir method is based on the teachings of the late Virginia Satir, a social worker and “pioneer of family therapy.” The method proposes a family communication paradigm, which was developed in the 1960s and focuses on self-awareness and the discovery of inner strengths to help individuals, couples, and families better cope with stress and change and ways to create more positive relationships with others.
For more information, visit the UNC Satir website.