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Tuesday, January 29 • 11:00 - 12:15
214-3: (Carousels) How to Adapt Concept-Mapping Intervention to Client Needs

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The "It All Adds Up" concept-mapping intervention is designed to foster student wellness in the realm of careers. Learn how Queen’s University and the University of Waterloo have each adapted and refined it to meet their distinct campus/student cultures and needs, and identify how your organization, too, can play with this method to support client wellness.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Recognize how this concept-mapping intervention works
  • Identify how to adapt intervention to different institutional/client cultures/needs
  • Discuss how to target intervention to support your clients' needs

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Katie Denomme

Manager, Career Education and Post-Graduate ServicesnCentre for Career Action, University of Waterloo
Katie Denomme is the Manager of Career Education and Post-Graduate Services at the University of Waterloo’s Centre for Career Action. She co-ordinates the development, delivery and evaluation of career programming for Waterloo’s undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs... Read More →
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Amy Evans

Communications, Digital Marketing and Projects Intern, Queen’s University Career Services and Division of Student Affairs
Amy Evans is a marketing and communications intern with Career Services at Queen’s University, where she is studying public health and environmental studies.
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Miguel Hahn

Head Career Counsellor, Queen's University
Miguel Hahn is Head Career Counsellor at Queen’s University. His training includes education, counselling psychology, and business, with 14 years experience in Career Education leading successful projects like the CACEE award-winning Major Maps.


Tuesday January 29, 2019 11:00 - 12:15
Room | Salle 214