Understanding our sense of who we are is the beginning of understanding one's interaction with the world, our relationships with others, and who we are in our profession. Join Human Relations and Body-Based Therapy specialist Dr. Linda Barnum and interpreter coach Josiah Fehlauer as they guide you on a journey towards increasing your authentic self as the foundation to your personal and professional roles and exploring what gets in the way of making this happen.
Participants will explore the essential connections between the authentic self and the work of interpreting with an aim toward enhanced personal and professional health. Using contemporary research from fields such as social and developmental neuroscience and attachment theory, you will learn the how to apply the theories of self-actualization, have a better understanding of who you are and be more effective in your role as an authentic interpreter.
> Understand how social and developmental neuroscience shapes who you are
> Consider theories of self-actualization as relevant to personal and professional development
> Reflect on previous personal and professional decision-making
> Challenge what gets in the way of being an authentic interpreter
> Develop personal and professional mindset and choices that will lead to increased mental, physical and relational health
LANGUAGE: Presented in English
(*request for ASL interpretation can be submitted up to 5 days in advance. firstname.lastname@example.org)
*IEP/ITP STUDENT: $30*
CEUs: .2 RID/BEI/QA CEUs approved
To process CEUs you will receive a post-event survey form to collect necessary information.
*This presentation will not be recorded. A screenshot of participants will be taken to verify attendance for CEU approval
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Dr. Linda Barnum's biography: https://www.ou.edu/tulsa/GRID ABOUT Be Amazing Interpreting: https://www.facebook.com/beamazingllc