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Monday, January 27 • 15:45 - 17:00
213: PANEL: Bridging Career and Mental Health in Clinical Supervision

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This panel presentation will share the case study of one Canadian college counselling staff that has successfully bridged the gap between career and mental health concerns in group clinical supervision using an external supervisor. Counsellors who received supervision will share process factors, specific techniques and tips for maximizing practice.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Participants can identify 3 optimal supervision process factors;
  • Participants can identify three techniques for bridging the gap;
  • Participants leave with a plan for better clinical/career supervision

Speakers | Conférenciers
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David Glickman

Counsellor, Algonquin College
As a counsellor at Algonquin College, David Glickman serves both prospective and current students. He has an interest in the intersection of career counselling and therapeutic interventions, with a focus on newcomer and international students.
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Karen Barclay-Matheson

Counsellor, Algonquin College
Karen Barclay-Matheson, BA Psych, BSW, MA in counselling & spirituality, has been in the field of social services for 20 years. She moved into practice in post-secondary (university & college) in 2007.
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Brian Hutchison

Associate Professor and Department Chair, New Jersey City University
Brian Hutchison, PhD, LPC, CCCE is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Counselor Education at New Jersey City University, USA.
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Melissa Spears

Counsellor, Algonquin College
Melissa Spears, MEd (Counselling) RP, has 15 + years in the field of career development, primarily in post-secondary institutions. Melissa works as a counsellor at Algonquin College, providing career counselling to prospective and current students.

Monday January 27, 2020 15:45 - 17:00 EST
Room | Salle 213