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How to get from here to there joyfully a dynamic model for facilitating great career decisions

How to Get From Here to There Joyfully: A Dynamic Model for Facilitating Great Career Decisions

Dialogue 2008

Leigh Anne Saxe


  • Overview: Facilitating Great Career Decisions

    • Who We Are – University Career Counsellors

    • The Model

    • What it incorporates

    • Intervention examples

    • It’s about you


  • Who We Are: Facilitating Great Career Decisions

  • MA or M.Ed in Counselling

  • Members of Professional Associations: Cdn Counselling Assoc., National Career Development Assoc., members of Int’l Assoc. of Positive Psychology.

  • Case Conferencing, partnerships across campus

  • Mentoring for Counsellors (level I, level II)


  • Career Development is lifelong. Facilitating Great Career Decisions

  • We believe it starts in the Early Years and continues through life…

  • Lots of supports for students and alumni at University!


  • What it incorporates: Facilitating Great Career Decisions

    • 2 Processes:

      • Internal Clarification

      • Inspired Exploration

    • Narrative/constructivist

    • Planned happenstance and chance

    • Law of attraction

    • Thoughts and feelings


  • Based on a Narrative Approach… Facilitating Great Career Decisions

  • Questions such as:

  • What did you like to do when you were a little kid?

  • What did you like in school, classes and outside of school?

  • ie: Lego… why does this matter?

  • There are themes through your life… go through each chapter of their life… what was fun?


  • Internal Clarification Process: Facilitating Great Career Decisions

  • Walking a client/student through his/her story

  • Using the Career Sketch to document their data (Desires, Abilities, Temperament and Assets) in their words

  • The OTHER PEOPLE, Other Factors

  • Career Curiosities – What are these?

  • Creating an affirmative, intentional, Career Statement that provides a focus for their Inspired Exploration.


  • Inspired Exploration Process: Facilitating Great Career Decisions

  • Using your personal Career Statement as a compass to guide you through

  • Exploring your thoughts and feelings re: work, career, next steps

  • Taking Action – inspired vs. motivated

  • Opportunities – created and recognized



WANTS Facilitating Great Career Decisions

DON’T WANTS

  • Desires Intervention: From Don’t Wants to Wants

To have movement, to

be outside part of the day

To sit at a desk all day behinda computer!

To have independence, to make my own decisions

To have a boss watching myevery move!


  • Exercise: Facilitating Great Career Decisions

  • Think now about something you DON’T LIKE or WANT about your current career…

  • Now change this from a DON’T WANT to a WANT.



LEARNER mindset – leads to discovery and understanding

JUDGER mindset – may lead to frustration and regret


Judger Questions/Thoughts are: Facilitating Great Career Decisions

What is wrong?

Who is to blame?

How can I be in control?

Why bother?

Learner Questions/Thoughts are:

What works?

What can I learn?

What is possible?



York University’s Career Centre: Moving Forward Workshop 2008

The Emotional Scale: The Importance of Feelings

Feeling of relief

Despair

Fear

Rage

Revenge

Anger

Frustration

Pessimism

Hope

Optimism

Belief

Eagerness

Passion

Joy

Appreciation

Feelings of Powerlessness

Feelings of Self Empowerment

Source: adapted from Abraham-Hicks,’Ask and It

Is Given’


  • It’s About YOU 2008

  • As a Guidance Counsellor…

  • What do you WANT – for your student, for yourself, for your session?

  • YOU, feeling better – assists your client, improves your therapeutic alliance.


  • Ways to Feel Better For YOU: 2008

  • What are your Desires? Focus on your WANTS!

  • What do you intend for your student session? (set your intentions)

  • What are you expecting? What is your MINDSET?

  • Feeling better is natural… we do things to make us feel better all the time.. What can you do? Look at a picture of your kids, play some music, think about the positive aspects of the work you do..



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