Your impact on Mental Health: How Your Career Development Practice Promotes Client Mental Health
Free Webinar - April 3, 2020
This free webinar offers you the opportunity to further key learnings based on the recently launched CERIC book Strengthening Mental Health Through Effective Career Development: A Practitioner’s Guide.
The webinar will be led by the co-authors of the book.
Date: Friday, April 3, 2020, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
Presenters: Dave Redekopp, Life-Role Development Group & Michael Huston, Associate Professor at Mount Royal University
Can’t attend the webinar live? Register and we’ll send you the recording.
Client/student mental health predictably improves as a result of career development. In this one-hour webinar, we summarize the broad ranging effects of career development and their associated mental health benefits. We also review some of the mechanisms underlying career development’s role in mental health and describe how, by adjusting one’s intentions, these positive mental health outcomes can be achieved more effectively in your career development practice.
Why You Should Attend
The mental health movement is highlighting the importance of mental health. Career development is rarely part of mental health discussions, yet it can be a key pillar in the support and promotion of positive mental health. As a career development practitioner, your work will be well served and strengthened by building your capacity to recognize and communicate your role in positive mental health.
Dave Redekopp is President of the Life-Role Development Group Ltd. and has been an avid champion of career development since 1988. He has received provincial and national awards in career development and is widely recognized in Canada as a thought leader in the field. Dave holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Alberta.
Michael Huston has been involved in the career development field as a counsellor, practitioner, trainer and counsellor educator since the early 1990s. He is a Registered Psychologist, Counsellor and Associate Professor at Mount Royal University in Calgary, where he provides counselling addressing personal, educational and career-related concerns.
Friday, April 3, 2020
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET