Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions

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Jennifer Del Corso, Ph.D., is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice and Lecturer at Old Dominion University where she teaches career counseling and development to student athletes and masters in counseling students. Jennifer consults with professional and collegiate football players working through career transition; and has published and presented extensively nationally and internationally in the in the area of career adaptability, work traumas and career transitioning. Her most recent book chapter was published in APA’s Handbook on Career Interventions. She currently serves on the Editorial Board for Global Journal of Counselling and Guidance and has been a guest reviewer for the Journal of Vocational Behavior.

WEBINAR  DESCRIPTION: Unexpected career transitions and work traumas trigger grief responses, confusion, uncertainty, and sometimes a loss of identity in clients.  This webinar will help career counselors understand what incidents can lead to unexpected career transitions and how they can help their clients manage their losses through career construction counseling.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Identify events that can result in an unanticipated career change and how to support their clients.
  • Understand the unique impact unexpected career transition have on an individual’s career development.
  • Help individuals proactively construct their careers and make meaning from their loss.