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Wednesday, January 26 • 10:00 - 11:00
(On-demand session released) Ties That Bind: Helping Parents Help Their Kids

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Today's parents worry more than ever about their kids' futures and struggle to support those who have paid the biggest price of the pandemic. How does research guide career professionals in helping parents help their kids? What's reasonable and feasible? What's at the heart of these issues? Join us as we engage and explore this often underserved group of parents.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Gain a fresh perspective on parenting roles and challenges
  • Explore ways theories, insights and frameworks inform practitioner roles
  • Identify new approaches and tools for your own setting

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Michael Ford

Instructor, Career Development Practitioner Program, Simon Fraser University
Michael Ford is an instructor in Simon Fraser University's Career Development Practitioner Program and a graduate student in educational psychology. Before returning to school, Michael assembled a long and diverse career in communications, business and the arts.
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Danielle Kershaw

Career Education Manager, Career and Volunteer Services, Simon Fraser University
Danielle Kershaw is a Career Education Manager with Simon Fraser University'ss Career & Volunteer Services, a Stanford-based Designing Your Life coach and an instructor in SFU's Career Development Practitioner Program. She holds an MA in career development.

Wednesday January 26, 2022 10:00 - 11:00 EST