Creative Mentoring- Building a Bridge from Classroom to Practice

Mar 30, 2019 10:30am ‐ Mar 30, 2019 12:00pm


Description

A mentor is someone who seeks to actively engage those with whom they work and who inspires others to achieve their personal bests. Counselor educators are expected to be mentors for their students – just as seasoned practitioners often are mentors for new professionals in the field. This session will include an examination of creative approaches and options for engaging students and new professionals through mentorship – and how, as a student or new professional, mentorship can be a powerful vehicle for building your career.

Speaker(s):

  • Ann M. Ordway, PhD, Core Faculty, Counselor Education Department, University of Phoenix
  • Ruth Ouzts Moore, PhD, Lead Faculty, Masters of Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program, Southern New Hampshire University
  • Savannah Burke, MA

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