FSW 128 - All you need to know about the “Daring Way” Workshop
This one and half hour presentation will explain the background and principles of “The Daring Way” training and research as created by Dr. Brené Brown.
Alisha Datoo identifies as she/her, cisgender, BIPOC with top values of: Courage, Growth, and Harmony. She is inspired by both the community who have supported her throughout her social work journey over her 12 years in the field and her two daughters and partner. Alisha has a passion for working with people, teaching and learning fostered by her mentors, education, and lived experiences. Alisha is a Registered Social Worker (RSW) with a Master in Social Work (MSW) and Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from the University of Calgary, Social Work Diploma from Mount Royal University, and Certification as a Daring Way Facilitator (CDWF). Alisha brings both clinical and leadership experience working with individuals, couples, and groups from diverse backgrounds through various clinical roles including the Eastside Family Centre, Alberta Health Services, Alberta Justice & Solicitor General, medical social work roles, and as an Instructor at the University of Calgary. She is a post-modern social constructionist drawing on principles from Solution Focused and Collaborative Therapies, as well as, The Daring Way™. She looks forward to walking with you to inhale and live brave.
Registrants will be able to:
- Understand the background and principles of “The Daring Way” training and research
- Share some of the work and how it is used
- Registrant comments and questions are welcome