My Journey

  • Jane Freeman

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the origins of my tacit knowledge as a social work practitioner, utilising a narrative form I will explore the journey of my ancestors and my own personal journey, discussing how those experiences link with the tacit knowledge of my social work practice. This knowledge is a combination of Wairua through Kinaesthetic application and pebbles that were dropped into a river of transitions many years ago that would later contribute to the strands of my current social work practice via a process of evolution; my practice did not simply happen, many of the strands and transitions that contributed to the evolution of my practice took place before I was even born.

Published
2018-01-25

How to Cite
Freeman, J. (2018). My Journey. Te Kaharoa, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.24135/tekaharoa.v11i1.225
Section
Articles