Free Webinar: Creating a Meaningful Online Counselling Experience for your Clients

Date/Time: Tuesday, October 22, 12:00pm – 1:00pm PT

Presenter: Tannis Goddard, President of Training Innovations

In this webinar, Tannis Goddard will explore how text-based communication technologies can be used as an effective mechanism for providing Career Development Services. Whether you use email, Linked-In, other online group spaces or structured online interventions, understanding how to create a mattering climate and develop a working alliance through a-synchronous communication is a key factor for effectively connecting with and supporting Clients.

This webinar will:

  • Review key research perspectives about the use of text-based counselling in therapeutic counselling and career development services
  • Consider the factors that create mattering climate and how these factors translate into the online environment
  • Identify online strategies for building and sustaining a productive working alliance
  • Provide screen and text-based examples of productive online communication exchanges

This session will encourage all practitioners to create purposeful links between the face-to-face and online interactions. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session with Tannis and CfEE staff.

Are you BC CCDP certified? Participation in this webinar can be claimed for Continuing Education Credits for recertification.

Register at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8559476274312751106

Tannis_bhp_0159Tannis Goddard is the founder and President of Training Innovations, a career development organization that has delivered community-based career services in British Columbia since 1992. Tannis has pioneered the use of online technologies within the provision of career services with her organization launching the first Canadian online career program in 2004. Tannis now provides consulting support to governments, career agencies, and research projects focused on effective design and integration of ICT within career development services.

In 2007, Tannis won the Award of Excellence from the Career Management Association of BC and in 2011 she was member of Canada’s Country Team at the International Symposium in Budapest. In 2013 she co-led the design and development of the first-ever e-Career Services Symposium in Sydney, Australia. Tannis is completing her PhD through the University of Warwick (UK) and is conducting an international research project examining uses of ICT in public employment services.