Time: 11:45 AM to 01:15 PM
Location: St. Jerome's University Academic Centre, Atrium
The Department of Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies invites you to the 12th Annual SMF 208 Social Justice and Anti-oppressive Practices Interactive Exhibit. This free event takes place in the Academic Centre Atrium on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, from 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
SMF 208: Introduction to Systemic Therapies and Anti-oppressive Practices is a St. Jerome's University course that provides an overview of various theoretical and therapeutic practices in relational and sex therapy, and serves as an introduction to social justice, anti-oppressive, and inclusionary therapeutic practices. In doing so, the intersections of social locations such as class, culture, dis/ability, gender, and race within various social contexts are critically analyzed. As part of this course students showcase projects at an exhibit which invites awareness and education on social justice and anti-oppression within a therapeutic context. Instructor Carm De Santis welcomes you to show your support for her students in this course by participating in this free public exhibit.
For a copy of the invitation to this exhibit please use this link: