Recorded webinars that qualify for CEUs
So you get booked to interpret within an Occupational Therapy (OT) session. What is expected of you? What are the challenges? What is OT?!
OT sessions can be fun, practical and interesting sessions to be a part of but it is important to understand the rationale behind the profession and what the therapist needs from you. Although Jane works in the mental health domain, this webinar provides invaluable learning for working with OTs in the physical health domain.
Drawing upon the theory of Transactional Analysis, this webinar is an opportunity to increase your capacity for self-reflection. To help you reflect upon those moments when you leave an interpreting assignDrawing upon the theory of Transactional Analysis, this webinar is an opportunity to increase your capacity for self-reflection. To help you reflect upon those moments when you leave an interpreting assignment and you just don’t know what went wrong.
Jill will explain what psychological Games are, highlight different ways of understanding how Games are played, when we play Games, who we play Games with and what feelings emerge when we play them.
‘I’m just not good enough!’
In the course of your professional practice you may have heard a colleague say this, or you may even have said it yourself. This feeling of not being good enough is rooted in shame.
This webinar will examine the issue of shame, with a specific focus on how feelings of shame and inadequacy can impact on the relationships interpreters have with their deaf and hearing clients.
Dr Wendy McIntosh
Dr McIntosh continues her series of webinars with Linguistpd by addressing our body’s reaction to stress. How can our limbic system help us take care of ourselves at work? What is compassion fatigue and how do we address it?
If maintaining your wellbeing is one of your priorities, you won’t want to miss this specialist webinar!