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A Dangerous Son: It is estimated that 17.1 million children have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, often beginning before age 14. The documentary “A Dangerous Son” follows three families of children with significant psychiatric and emotional disorders as they attempt to navigate the limited yet complex systems and processes available in hopes of finding some form of support for their children.
Please join us for the Keystone Institute’s viewing of “A Dangerous Son” where Sue Rowell, Angela Pilarski, and Pamela Seetoo will facilitate discussion, helping us see how wounds such as segregation, physical and social discontinuity, and negative role casting, and reflect on the response of support systems and families as they struggle to identify effective strategies that will truly meet the children’s most pressing needs and address the powerful impacts of what could be life-long wounding and devaluation.
*Prior attendance at a full multi-day Introduction to SRV Theory Course is required.
Documenting Difference: An SRV Study Group Series: This SRV study group series will explore some of the films produced over the past ten years documenting the life experiences of a wide array of people facing societal devaluation. This year’s documentary selection will focus on real life stories from children and adults experiencing mental health conditions and those living with physical and intellectual impairment. Each study group will incorporate facilitated discussion guided by members of the KHS SRV Leadership Group. Together we will reflect on the life experiences of those being depicted, what relevant SRV themes can be identified, and how what we learn can impact the service each of us provides through our diverse roles within the organization.
April 15, 2021
10:00 am – 12:30 pm EDT
- April 15, 2021
10:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT
- Event Category:
- Keystone Institute
- Event Tags:
- Education, Social Role Valorization