In the 1940s, psychologist Dr. Carl R. Rogers fathered the concept of person-centered therapy, which prioritized a client’s ability and capacity and defined the role of the professional as a facilitator of an environment conducive to growth and development. The core principles of this concept can also be applied to the learning environment and benefit our marginalized communities especially. This session aims to answer one question: how can we on a college campus apply the foundations of this support style to our interactions with our audiences to support them in their goals and aid in their development despite the circumstance? Belief is a powerful thing.
Faculty, A&P, USPS, OPS: Register online at myUCF.edu > Employee Self Service > Learning & Development > Request Training Enrollment.
Students: Register online via KnightConnect @ https://bit.ly/KnightConnect_ODI Be sure to log-in with your NID and NID password.
Please note: Pre-registration is REQUIRED by no later than three days prior to the start of the workshop. Registrants will receive a link to join the Zoom session. Video and audio access is required.