This webinar will assist you in understanding the various elements of building a relational practice in the virtual space.
- How to connect virtually and engage with confidence
- Naming and addressing concerns in the present Covid-19 climate
- Development and practical uses of resources, games, activities, and online resources for both children and youth participants.
- Confidentiality, Consent, Privacy
- How to have conversations about consent and confidentiality in
- age/developmentally appropriate ways.
- Formulating safety/action plans with students (depending on age)
5. Monitoring Success
- Creating goals for sessions with students (SMART goals)
- Evaluating and monitoring progress
6. Accessing Supervision
- Self-care and self-reflection
- Connecting with peers and supervisors
- Ethics of online counseling
Presenter Kirsti Conway, CYC, BA CYC MA
Bio: Kirsti graduated as a CYW from George Brown College and has a BA CYC from Ryerson University. Kirsti loves working with children, youth, and their families and is committed to empowering young people as they prepare for the new world unfolding in front of them. She has worked in many different areas of Child and Youth Care including the non-profit sector, community-based programs, residential services, youth justice, youth mental health day treatment, individual and in-home counseling as well as the education sector. She is currently completing her Master of Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University,
C.A.R.E. Online – Connection and Relational Engagement Online