This webinar presents a timely and valuable look at trauma-informed practice in the employment sector. You will learn the following:
This is part two of our two part webinar series. Part one is on July 9 at 10am called Trauma: Signs, Signals, and Who Walks in the Door.
Seanna Quressette, MEd, CCDP
Seanna is a trained trauma therapist with training in body-psychotherapy, who has over 30 years of experience in the career development sector. Seanna lives with PTSD and anxiety. Seanna has taught at Douglas College in the Career Development Practice programs for over 10 years, and is now the Coordinator of Continuing Education at Douglas. College responsible for the CDP Programs. Alongside her work with Douglas College Seanna is the owner of Creating Intentional Change, Inc. In her private practice Seanna works with clients who have experienced work-place based trauma and/or historical trauma that are impacting their ability to achieve their full potential in their careers.
Seanna has worked with clients in private practice, in federally and provincially funded programs and through post-secondary education in rural, urban and Indigenous settings. Seanna brings to her work knowledge and expertise in both trauma work and career development and a flair for facilitation both online and in person.
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