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All webinars can earn you 1 Continuing Education Clock Hour unless listed otherwise. There are several that are longer. You have 15 days to access the recording. If you wish to obtain clock hours, you must submit answers to 3-5 questions listed in the materials. Some offerings provide additional resources for you in the materials tab. You are free to download them for your personal use and learning.

If you do not want a certificate with clock hours, just enjoy learning from some of the finest and most experienced people in the field of career development.

Webinar purchase is for one individual. Groups of 3 or more from the same institution can receive a discount by contacting me here.


Advocating for Social Justice in Our Career Practice


Ancient Wisdom Applied to Modern Challenges: Using the Enneagram to Enhance Your Career Coaching/Counseling Practice

(2 CE Clock Hours)


Applying Motivational Interviewing in Career Development Settings


Behind the Mask: Understanding and Helping Individuals with Invisible Disabilities


Building a Bridge: Connecting Career Development and Mental Health Concerns


Bully-Proofing the Workplace for Client Career Success


Buyer Beware – Helping Your Students and Clients Avoid Job Scams


College and Beyond: Evidence Based Strategies to Help Students with Autism in College and Career


Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions


Critical Race Theory and Its Implications for Career Interventions

29 February: Noon Eastern

Effective Disclosure and Accommodations: Unlocking Employee Potential for Workplace Success


Emotional Intelligence: A Key Ingredient for a Successful Career


Helping ADHD Clients Create a Successful Career: Strategies and Tools for Practitioners

(6 CE Clock Hours)


Helping Students Market Their International Education Experience


How Technology Will Change Jobs: Insights on the Future of Work and Implications for Career Counselors and Coaches


How to Communicate for Success in the Job Search


Implementing Hope-Action Theory for Pandemic Career Recovery


Implicit Bias: How Career Counselors/Coaches Create Barriers for Job Search Clients and How to Fix It


Incorporating Strengths into Your Career Counseling and Coaching


Incorporating the Newest and Most Modern Resume Writing Techniques into Your Practice

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