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Motivational Interviewing for Career Practitioners

  • 05 Nov 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (PST)
  • Virtual Workshop, via Zoom

Registration

  • Non-members may attend this workshop for free. To earn one Continuing Education contact hour granted through the National Career Development Association, please register as "Non-member, with CE Credit" and submit $10 payment. Or, become a WCDA member ($25) and get CE credits for free all year long!
  • Non-members may earn one Continuing Education contact hour, granted through the National Career Development Association, by attending this workshop with $10 payment. To attend this workshop for free without CE credit, please register as "Non-member". Or, become a WCDA member ($25) and get CE credits for free all year long!
  • WCDA members may earn one Continuing Education contact hour, granted through the National Career Development Association, by attending this workshop--for free!

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When clients are unmotivated, resistant, feeling stuck or afraid, what tools can  career development professionals use to spark change? 

Join the WCDA in our statewide virtual workshop hosted by our Central chapter as we learn about the core principles of the Motivational Interviewing process; review practical application of strategic skills; and build confidence in applying key tools that help clients take action in their career development. This event is free to all members and non-members!

Continuing Education contact hours are granted through the National Career Development Association. Certificates of completion are free to members; non-members are invited to receive them for $10, or free with new membership ($25). There's no better time to join the WCDA! Email Chuck Zimchek for more information: victor.zimchek@cwu.edu .

About the presenter: 

Shianne Lowe is a licensed Mental Health Counselor with 6 years of experience in Career Development. She holds a Master’s degree in Community Counseling from Washington State University, and serves as a Program Lead in the non-profit organization People For People. In this role she facilitates federally-funded employment and training services for community members, with an understanding of the needs of job seekers across the lifespan.

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