Washington Career Development Association
When clients are traumatized and overwhelmed what role can career development professionals play to support safety and meaningful career development in their clients?
Join the WCDA in our statewide virtual workshop hosted by our Northwest chapter as we learn how to recognize signs of trauma in clients, how trauma impacts career progression, and to review practical applications and skills to build confidence in applying Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) to career development work. This workshop will focus on special considerations for individuals experiencing trauma from family or intimate partner violence and strategies for supporting client safety and autonomy within career development work.
About the Presenter:
Page Roth is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with two years of experience as a Career Counselor. She has three years of experience advocating and working with survivors of domestic violence through a trauma-informed and empowerment lens and over three years of experience providing trauma therapy for clients in a community setting. She is trained in Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA) for trauma and has her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Washington University.
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 a new WCDA membership ($25). There's no better time to join the WCDA! Email Carissa Bane for more information: Carissa.Bane@wwu.edu.
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