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Fall 2016

Fall 2016 issue: Conquering Indecision and Anxiety During Times of Uncertainty

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Editor’s Note

Career Briefs

10 Questions for Kathleen Wynne

Calendar of Events

Hot Links: Conquering Indecision & Anxiety

French version of Careering / Version française de Careering

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Working as Peer Career Advisors Helps Students Conquer Their Own Career Indecision

Encouraging post-secondary students to become peer advisors can increase their personal career clarity and assist them to make the link between post-secondary study and work

By Analise Anderson-Ma

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ACT in Career Counselling

Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) can be a powerful approach to help clients accept what is beyond their control and commit to taking career actions aligned with their values, despite the obstacles

By Nadia Richard and Michel Bleau

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The Four Faces of Indecision

A model for increasing clients’ ability to tolerate uncertainty and to foster productive career exploration in the indecisive person

By Isabelle Falardeau

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Navigating the Uncertain Terrain of the New Retirement Workscape

We need to update how we view retirement to better respond to the hopes, anxieties and motivations of those who seek post-retirement work options

By Cameron Klapwyk

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An Authentic and Experiential Career Development Model for Everybody

The Career Internship Program re-imagines the way we deliver career education, connecting students to their vast potential – and provides a replicable model for other high schools

By Adriano Magnifico

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What I’ve Learned Supporting Arts and Culture Clients

The major fumble that career professionals make with arts-interested jobseekers is treating them as one or the other: arts-interested or a jobseeker, when in reality, creative clients require a different strategy

By Lauren Michael Power

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Canada’s Career Service Professionals: How Do They Differ Across Canada?

By Mario R. Gravelle

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[Online Exclusive] Working with Epilepsy

By learning about free tools, resources and technology available, career professionals will be better placed to advocate for clients with epilepsy

By Carter Hammett

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[Online Exclusive] It All Adds Up – A Campus Career Wellness Campaign

By Lisa Kuiper and Christine Fader

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The theme for the next issue of Careering magazine (Winter 2016) will be Cultural Perspectives on Career and Work: Understanding International Students and New Canadians. If you are interested in submitting an article, note that the final version of all articles must be received by November 25, 2016. Please review our submission guidelines and send your article to: contactpoint@ceric.ca

Views expressed by contributors are not necessarily those of ContactPoint and CERIC. Mention of programs, services, products and initiatives is not an endorsement of these items.

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