Book Career Helping: Harnessing Perspective and Emotion in Everyday Practice (also available on Amazon, Scribd, etc)
Dr. Kris Magnusson presented a keynote at Cannexus21 entitled "Career Helping - Harnessing Perspective and Emotion in Everyday Practice". This session is available for free on the CERIC Youtube Channel:
In June 2021, CERIC also hosted a follow-up Q&A session w/ Dr. Magnusson moderated by Tony Botelho from SFU.
Here are some of the topics/questions covered in the 2nd video:
3:57 Survey - Wordle/Slido interactive - Career Challenges faced by clients - Overview of Keynote themes
19:09 Q&A Begins + Acknowledgement of current moment
20:48 Q: Suggestions for Engagement Strategies (5 x P) + shoutout to Norm Amundson
26:00 Q: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
29:49 Q: Meninger Morale Curve
37:00 Q: Ageism, Racism, -isms - Dealing with Systemic Discrimination
43:10 Q: Working with Differently-Abled clients
46:25 Q: Anger & Frustration in Clients
50:36 Q: Alvin - also see Ted Talk (Making Sense of 21st Century Learning) - Little Beaver story starts 5:05
52:30 Q: Career Development Practitioners dealing with Systemic Issues - Two Elephants in Room (CERIC Article)
Further ReadingCERIC Articles by Kris Magnusson
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