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CCDA Fall Conference Day 1: Mental Health Impacts of COVID on Job Seekers and Coaches
The pandemic has turned the world of work on its head. The struggles are real: entire industries decimated, working from home burnout is real, the challenges of working from home with kids are even more challenging. As if a job search is not tough enough without a pandemic, it's now up to the job seeker and coach to step it up creatively and with resilience. Not only are mental health issues on the rise due to isolation, illness, and fear, but people also who struggle with anxiety, depression and other mental health issues are particularly challenged in and out of the workplace during the pandemic. Ilana will address the intersectionality between mental health and career particularly during COVID and offer essential tips, tools and strategies for instilling optimism and hope for job seekers and coaches alike.

Nov 2, 2020 08:30 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Ilana Tolpin Levitt
Career Counselor, Mental Health Counselor, Author @https://www.ilanalevitt.com/
Ilana is a nationally recognized career counselor and licensed mental health counselor. She is known for helping and inspiring people to address career questions and organizational and workplace problems. She empowers people to understand their true strengths and personality to make great career decisions and navigate their professional lives. She is a senior director in Human Resources at The New School focusing on organizational training and development and employee relations. She has a private practice in clinical career counseling in both New York City and Central New Jersey. Illana authored ‘ What’s Mom Still Got To Do With It’ , a self-help career book focusing on how the mother-daughter relationship has impacted women’s career development and advancement. Ilana’s mission is to understand where we come from, how family influences decisions we make, and how to live an authentic, inspired, aligned life, accordingly, taking risks, and to reach personal and professional goals.