It's the Process Not the Product Episode 2: Doing the Work: Centering Storytellers - with Elliott Odendahl, MSW, LICSW

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It's the Process Not the Product Episode 2: Doing the Work: Centering Storytellers - with Elliott Odendahl, MSW, LICSW

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2022-06-23

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In this episode, Doing the Work: Centering Storytellers, CASCW’s Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (PACC) Program Coordinator Keely Vandre talks with Elliott Odendahl, MSW, LICSW about Lifebooks in practice across child welfare and clinical mental health settings and populations. Elliott is a clinical social worker in private practice at Sankalpa Therapy and Wellness Center who has extensive experience working with children, youth, individuals and families of diverse backgrounds who are experiencing behavioral and mental health needs, disruptions in attachment and family relationships, trauma, as well as those experiencing the negative impacts of systemic and structural bias and racism. She has also provided Therapeutic Supervised Parenting to families, crisis support services to foster care providers and support services to families involved with Child Protection. Elliott is a PACC alumni and facilitator for the program around cross-cultural practice and case consultation. Resources: https://www.adoptionlifebooks.com/, http://www.ifapa.org/publications/IFAPA_Lifebook_Pages.asp, https://www.adoptionlifebooks.com/

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Vandre, Keely; Odendahl, Elliott. (2022). It's the Process Not the Product Episode 2: Doing the Work: Centering Storytellers - with Elliott Odendahl, MSW, LICSW. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/259226.

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