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Tuesday, January 25 • 10:00 - 10:45
(On-demand session released) Career Development and Mental Health Culture in Organizations

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Intentionally linking career development and mental health has far-reaching impact for organizational and institutional stakeholders. This session introduces and explores the capacity-building effect of targeted organizational interventions and the broader, long-term benefits to the organization and internal stakeholders, as well as potential benefits for families, communities and populations. School, post-secondary and organizational examples are provided with conceptual models.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Capacity-building perspective of career development as mental health support    
  • A conceptual model of organizational/institutional intervention, current examples and evidence    
  • A conceptual model of organizational/institutional intervention, current examples and evidence

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Michael Huston

Counsellor, Mount Royal University
Michael Huston is a counsellor and focuses on career development with specific interest in counsellor training, career intervention strategies and outcomes, career development as mental health intervention, and work and well-being.
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Dave Redekopp

President, Life-Role Development Group
Working for over 30 years in the wide-ranging career development field, Dave Redekopp is still curious about worker-workplace relationships, work-life connections, psychological health, the quirkiness of human behaviour and more.

Tuesday January 25, 2022 10:00 - 10:45 EST