Confidently acknowledging what one is good at is the first step in deciding what kind of work/education may be a good match. In this one hour workshop, individuals will be challenged to think about the talents and abilities they may bring to a future job. Sarah will guide participants in exercises and suggest resources that will help in identifying interests and skills for a potential job.
Other sessions in this series:
- Part 1 of 5 - Resiliency in Job Searching
- Part 3 of 5 - Resume & Cover Letter Development
- Part 4 of 5 - Interview Skills
- Part 5 of 5 - Social Scenarios at Work
Presenter: Sarah Southey, M.S.W
Sarah is a Social Worker (M.S.W.), and is an affiliate of The Redpath Centre. She see’s clients in Mississauga, Toronto and virtually. She has over 12 years of experience working with adolescents and adults with ASD, ADHD, learning disabilities and mental health issues. Sarah focuses her counselling and research on helping people with ASD find and keep meaningful employment. Sarah uses solution-focused and cognitive behavioural therapy techniques in her sessions.