Three Perspectives on Theory-Research-Practice Connections
How do you use theory and research to guide practice in career development? In this webinar, we will explore ways that career practitioners can update their knowledge and use evidence to inform contemporary approaches. Join us to hear from three panellists who have contributed to the field by connecting theory with research and the implications for practice. Featured in this webinar are Social Cognitive Career Theory, Contextual Action Theory, and Cognitive Information Processing Theory. Learn what is new about the theories, selections of the latest research, and tips to inform your approaches with clients. IAEVG members receive a discount on registration.
Register at the following site: https://www.ncda.org/aws/NCDA/pt/sp/webinars
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
6:00 - 7:00 pm (Eastern Time)
Panellists: Drs. Seth C.W. Hayden, José F. Domene, Hung-Bin Sheu
Moderator: Dr. Nancy Arthur
Dr. Seth C.W. Hayden is an associate professor of counseling and coordinator of the clinical mental health program at Wake Forest University in the United States. Dr. Hayden’s research focuses on the connection between career development and mental health. In addition, he examines the career and personal development needs of military service members, veterans, and their families. Dr. Hayden is a past-president of the Military and Government Counseling Association and National Career Development Association, both divisions of the American Counseling Association.
Dr. José F Domene is a professor in the counselling psychology specialization area within the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary in Canada. His research includes examining the relational contexts of career development and the use of technology in counselling. Dr. Domene is also a practicing psychologist whose clinical work focuses on the intersection of career-life and mental health concerns.
Dr. Hung-Bin Sheu is an associate professor, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, University of Albany in the United States. Dr. Sheu’s research interests include cross-cultural well-being and health research, vocational psychology, and multicultural counseling and training. He has served on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Counseling Psychology and the Journal of Vocational Behavior, and the Chinese Journal of Counseling and Guidance. Dr. Sheu is a licensed psychologist with clinical interests in cross-cultural adjustment, acculturation, college students, vocational counseling, and psychodynamic approaches.
Dr. Nancy Arthur is Dean of Research, UniSA Business at the University of South Australia, and Professor Emeritus from the University of Calgary. Nancy has served as Vice-President of the International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance and is currently a Board member.