The Camden Model of Social Work Systemic Tree
Camden’s Social Work is always growing and developing. Making relationships and cherishing the children and families in our communities. This tree represents our engagement with systemic concepts as a route to help connect us with the borough we serve, it was made in collaboration with the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust and is evidence of the creative partnership between our organisations. Click the branches of the tree for question cards and further systemic ideas.
You can zoom into the image of the tree to see it more closely by hovering over it with your mouse or finger. The links on the main branches of the tree will show when you hover over them. Keyboard users can use the links by pressing tab, and zoom in with their usual keyboard shortcut.
You can zoom into the image of the tree to see it more closely by hovering over it with your mouse or finger. The links relating to the main branches of the tree are below the image.
Use of Self
The image is of a tree titled Camden Model of Social Work Tree of Life. There are people on the ground looking up at the tree. There are people within the tree with backpacks on and holding backpacks which show words such as Empowerment, Respect and Responsibility. The main branches of the tree are Collaborative Practice, Exploring Difference, Use of Self, Reflexivity, Appreciation and Safe Uncertainty. The tree has roots called Collaboration, Participation, Respect, Continuous Renewal, Embracing Change, Strategies Based, Dignity, Appreciation, Solidarity and Resistance and Black Lives Matter. The trunk has a list saying Relationship based, Systemic practice, Co-production, Restorative, Whole Family, Whole System, Ecological Awareness, Continuous Growth and Resilient Communities.