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Working with Self-Help & Peer Support Initiatives

Are you a professional wanting to develop more skills in line with your
values of egalitarian, collaborative and empowering social
services/community development? Have you been looking for an
opportunity to deepen your analysis and self-knowledge for working with
marginalized communities?  Would you like to learn more about the
dynamics and qualities of the movements that lobby for client "voice"
and "ownership" --that changed the way we teach and practice social
work, nursing and other "helping" professions?

If your answer to any of those questions is "yes," you might want to consider this George Brown College course for fall 2006.

For further details about the course approach, content and readings, visit

For course schedule, fees and registration info, visit George Brown
College's Continuing Education site at
or via direct link at