- Presenter: Jen Davies
- Language: English
- Location: Online
- # of CECs: 1
Webinar Description:The purposes of this webinar are twofold: The title “career counsellor” is used inconsistently across settings where career development services are provided. It is perhaps easiest to understand what career counselling is – and what services are not career counselling – by comparing the various kinds of career development services out there. (See Burwell, Kalbfleish, & Woodside, 2010, CJCD.) Once we have some clarity around what the various career development services are, we will move on to some thoughts and discussion on how best to provide appropriate supervision to career counsellors (and all client-facing staff) in settings where various services are being provided by variously qualified individuals, which is common in post-secondary career centres.
Jen currently serves as the Manager, Career Development Services at the Academic Advising & Career Centre at UTSC. She recently completed her dissertation, titled Learning Experiences and Career Successes of Immigrant Professionals in Canada, to earn her Doctor of Education in Counselling Psychology at OISE. She has worked in career services since 2007.