April 24, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a new and unique challenge for many therapists: the ability to connect with clients face-to-face will be drastically impacted in the foreseeable future. If you’re a therapist that is now having to transition to virtual options for your clients, you are not alone. At Chicago Minds, our mission is to build a supportive community for mental health professionals, and that includes helping you navigate through challenging times like this.
Come with questions, new insights, or share best practices that you have learned along the way. We invite Joe Kanengiser, LCSW, who has many years of experience in conducting video therapy online, to co-host and moderate this discussion group.
Register on Zoom: https://bit.ly/3e2LSkS
Joe Kanengiser, LCSW and career coach, has been providing therapy and career counseling via video on mobile devices and desktop browsers for more than a year. Joe also has 10+ years of experience working with managers, executives, and emerging leaders in a variety of industries, such as: technology, non-profits, higher education, health care, and corporate/investor relations. Prior to studying organizational psychology and coaching, he worked as a consultant with tech companies, ranging from bootstrapping startups to large enterprises, assisting in building teams and developing leaders.
Joe studies Organizational and Leadership coaching at Northwestern University. He obtained his Master’s Degree from the University of Southern California School of Social Work, with a focus on Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Behavioral Health.
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