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Parker Palmer discusses disconnectedness as a “personal pathology” that each of
Parker Palmer discusses disconnectedness as a “personal pathology" that each of us at times embraces, tolerates, perpetuates, or endures. Making connections between the literature and your practice (my pratice is working with mental health and addiction clients), critically examine a professional experience that triggered a sense of disconnectedness (not connecting to my clients on a personal level because of their mental illness). The criticality will be evidenced in your deep analysis and critical extension of the concepts discussed so far in this course. Discussed has been: -Reflexivity and reflection -Critical Consciousness -Reflexive Inquiry Palmer, P. (1997/2017). The heart of a teacher: Identity and integrity in teaching. www.CourageRenewal.org. http://www.couragerenewal.org/PDFs/Parker-Palmer_The-Heart-of-a-Teacher.pdf Lyle, E. (2017). Learning in the field. In Of books, barns, and boardrooms: Exploring praxis through reflexive inquiry. (pp.45–56). Sense Publishers. http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=ip,sso&db=nlebk&AN=1594187&custid=s7439054

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