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October 1, 2021
9:00AM-2:30PM

Maine Career Development Association Fall Workshop 2021

The Practice of Hope-Action Theory: Keys to Intervention Success

virtual

Research using Hope-Action Theory (HAT) with marginalized clients
provides substantial evidence of the effectiveness of this approach.
In this presentation, Dr. Spencer (“Skip”) Niles will introduce
Hope-Action Theory and provide specific examples for translating
theory to practice with clients and students. An illustrative case
study will be used to demonstrate the uniqueness of HAT, including how
to use the Hope-Action Inventory in career intervention. Dr. Niles
will also review seven keys to intervention success.


Date: Friday, October 1st, 2021
Time: 9:00am-2:30pm via Zoom (two blocks with 1.5 hr break in between -
please see schedule below)
Ceus: 4
Presenter: Dr. Spencer ("Skip") G. Niles, Ed.D, LPC, NCC
Register: https://mcda37.wildapricot.org/Fall-Workshop

Schedule:

9:00-11:00am - Keynote/Q&A and Processing of the Hope-Action Theory
11:00am-12:30pm - Break
12:30-2:30pm - Interactive training and activities on use of
Hope-Action competencies as a career intervention for career
practitioners

4 CEUs will be available as part of the event!


Registration/Pricing (includes both sessions):

Current Members: $40
Lapsed Members/Non-Members: $60*
Regional CDA Members: $40**

*Members whose memberships have lapsed can renew their 2021-2022
membership by registering as a Lapsed Member/Non-Member. The
membership fee ($20) will automatically be included in the
registration cost. If you are unsure of your membership status, please
contact Haley Brown below.

**For members of other regional career development associations,
please e-mail Haley Brown to verify your membership after
registration.

Register today!


Questions or registration issues? Contact Haley Brown, MCDA Membership Chair


About the Speaker:

Spencer G. Niles is a professor of counselor education and co-director
of the Thrive Research and Intervention Center at The College of
William & Mary School, where he also served as the former Dean of the
School of Education from 2013-2020. He is a past-President of the
National Career Development Association (NCDA), where he received the
organization's Eminent Career Award.

Previously, he was Distinguished Professor and Department Head at Penn
State (where he also developed a CACREP-accredited career counseling
program). Before joining the faculty at Penn State, he was a professor
at the University of Virginia for 13 years, including serving as
assistant dean for the Curry School of Education. Additionally, Niles
has directed a career counseling center for adults, worked as a career
counselor in higher education, maintained a private practice focusing
on career counseling, and served as a career counselor for middle
school and high school students.

He has also been a Fulbright Scholar in Finland and taught in over 25
countries. Dr. Niles serves on the editorial boards of six national
and international journals and is the past Editor of The Career
Development Quarterly and the Journal of Counseling & Development. He
has published more than 140 publications and delivered over 150
presentations focusing on career development theory and practice.
Among his authored or co-authored books is the best-selling textbook
in career counseling and development internationally, Career
Development Interventions, published by Pearson, as well as a book on
counseling at the global level, Counseling around the world: An
international handbook.

 

 


Contact

 Joe Austin, MCDA President
joeaustin1919@gmail.com

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2021-10-01 09:00:00 2021-10-01 14:30:00 America/Detroit Maine Career Development Association Fall Workshop 2021 Research using Hope-Action Theory (HAT) with marginalized clientsprovides substantial evidence of the effectiveness of this approach.In this presentation, Dr. Spencer (“Skip”) Niles will introduceHope-Action Theory and provide specific examples for translatingtheory to practice with clients and students. An illustrative casestudy will be used to demonstrate the uniqueness of HAT, including howto use the Hope-Action Inventory in career intervention. Dr. Nileswill also review seven keys to intervention success. Date: Friday, October 1st, 2021Time: 9:00am-2:30pm via Zoom (two blocks with 1.5 hr break in between -please see schedule below)Ceus: 4Presenter: Dr. Spencer ("Skip") G. Niles, Ed.D, LPC, NCCRegister: https://mcda37.wildapricot.org/Fall-Workshop Schedule: 9:00-11:00am - Keynote/Q&A and Processing of the Hope-Action Theory11:00am-12:30pm - Break12:30-2:30pm - Interactive training and activities on use ofHope-Action competencies as a career intervention for careerpractitioners 4 CEUs will be available as part of the event! Registration/Pricing (includes both sessions): Current Members: $40Lapsed Members/Non-Members: $60*Regional CDA Members: $40** *Members whose memberships have lapsed can renew their 2021-2022membership by registering as a Lapsed Member/Non-Member. Themembership fee ($20) will automatically be included in theregistration cost. If you are unsure of your membership status, pleasecontact Haley Brown below. **For members of other regional career development associations,please e-mail Haley Brown to verify your membership afterregistration. Register today! Questions or registration issues? Contact Haley Brown, MCDA Membership Chair About the Speaker: Spencer G. Niles is a professor of counselor education and co-directorof the Thrive Research and Intervention Center at The College ofWilliam & Mary School, where he also served as the former Dean of theSchool of Education from 2013-2020. He is a past-President of theNational Career Development Association (NCDA), where he received theorganization's Eminent Career Award. Previously, he was Distinguished Professor and Department Head at PennState (where he also developed a CACREP-accredited career counselingprogram). Before joining the faculty at Penn State, he was a professorat the University of Virginia for 13 years, including serving asassistant dean for the Curry School of Education. Additionally, Nileshas directed a career counseling center for adults, worked as a careercounselor in higher education, maintained a private practice focusingon career counseling, and served as a career counselor for middleschool and high school students. He has also been a Fulbright Scholar in Finland and taught in over 25countries. Dr. Niles serves on the editorial boards of six nationaland international journals and is the past Editor of The CareerDevelopment Quarterly and the Journal of Counseling & Development. Hehas published more than 140 publications and delivered over 150presentations focusing on career development theory and practice.Among his authored or co-authored books is the best-selling textbookin career counseling and development internationally, CareerDevelopment Interventions, published by Pearson, as well as a book oncounseling at the global level, Counseling around the world: Aninternational handbook.     Contact  Joe Austin, MCDA Presidentjoeaustin1919@gmail.com virtual