Providing information and developing skills are often insufficient approaches to move many clients from unemployed to employed. In this webinar, we will consider the difficulty in making meaningful life changes and explore the empirically informed skills and strategies to help your clients establish and follow through on goals.
In this 1.5- hour webinar, you will learn:
- How to apply key research to guide you to achieve maximum effectiveness in your service delivery
- About the emotional and cognitive barriers to making desired life changes and how to use research supported techniques to help your clients overcome these barriers
- How to effectively co-construct and guide conversations to strengthen motivation, sustain hopefulness and develop an effective and individualized action plan
- How to support your clients while sustaining the client's ownership of the career change process
November 28, 2019 1:00- 2:30 pm EST
Can’t make the date? The recordings and materials will be made available at your convenience.
Individual registration: $99.00 + Applicable Tax (One participant, no projection). Agency Projection Registration: $ 350.00 + Applicable Tax, (Projection to staff team at one funded site)
Presented by Richard Hamilton, MSW. Richard is a registered social worker with over 20 years of experience as a private practitioner and as a psychotherapist for the Dept. of National Defence. As a nationally recognized expert in Solution Focused Brief Therapy, he has trained psychotherapists as well as professionals from numerous other disciplines including doctors,dietitians, dentists and physiotherapists in client motivation and behaviour change. Working with a large population of military personnel who are transitioning to civilian employment, Richard developed a specialized interest in helping clients manage vocational change. Richard has worked with numerous employment agencies and has conducted workshops and webinars for thousands of career practitioners across Canada.
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