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CHAT BOX:Taking Care of You! Releasing Survivors’ Guilt

  • 25 Mar 2021
  • 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM (GST)
  • ONLINE

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This event will be live at 9:00pm London England  timezone, 4pm CDT Chicago,  8am AEDT Sydney. Please convert to your timezone. League members can access recordings and takeaway information at all times in the member portal.

The League ChatBox is a new program offered online for small groups to engage and discuss important issues.  Get answers, share ideas, learn together.

For those who have remained employed while colleagues have lost their jobs during the pandemic, there can be an experience of feeling guilty for having survived. This sense of guilt may add stress to all the other feelings and experiences we’re trying to manage during this tough time. In this Chat Box we’ll talk about what “survivor guilt” is, then spend time surfacing and releasing it in small groups.

We encourage attendance from people in any field of international education who have maintained employment during the pandemic and struggled with guilt around this. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join the conversation, which will be topical and relevant to all. We love to see a diverse audience at our events!

If you are actively job hunting and are having difficulties maintaining motivation within your search, please join us for My Career: Perseverance Through Unemployment, Tuesday, March 30, 4 PM CDT. 

Dr. Laura Dupont-Jarrett joined the Global Programs and Strategy Alliance at the University of Minnesota in December 2019 as an Assistant Director for Education Abroad Mental Health. As part of the International Health, Safety & Compliance team, Dr. Dupont-Jarrett provides training, coaching, and consultations to those involved in supporting student mental health while learning abroad, namely the Learning Abroad Center, the Carlson Global Institute, and the Office for Student Affairs. Dr. Dupont-Jarrett is an experienced academic advisor, mental health counselor, college instructor, coach/trainer, and a licensed psychologist. She received her MA and PhD at the University of Minnesota in Counseling & Student Personnel Psychology.     https://www.linkedin.com/in/laura-dupont-jarrett-a2b78879/

Edit photoKatie Lander is the London Internships Manager for CAPA: The Global Education Network. Her background has always been within Higher Education in the UK, spanning HR, Student Early Careers and International Education/Study Abroad. She is Director of the Chat Box program and supports coordination of the Global Leadership League for London and the UK.


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