Workplace Issues Clinic: Panel Discussion on all aspects of Career Choices/Job Concerns with ADHD ACO Conference, May 2014 Wilma Fellman, M.Ed., LPC & Victoria Roche, MSW, PCC Agenda Bring your workplace questions to this session! 1. Introduction of Wilma and Victoria 2. Career/Workplace issues with ADHD Clients: Overview A. Young adults making initial career choices B. Mature adults transitioning (adjustments) for positive or negative reasons 1. Q & A with panel members on all things career/job-related with ADHD. 2. Participants will receive a summary of “Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights.” Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights Resources for ADHD Coaches to use regarding Workplace Issues: Career Assessments: High School & College Students • www.assessment.com MAPP-Motivational Appraisal of Personal Potential- Interest survey • http://www.careeronestop.org • Campbell Interest & Skill Survey • www.Careercruising.com • CDM-Career Decision Making: Level 2 (High School) • Skills Confidence Inventory • College Major Interest Inventory • Strong Interest Inventory • www.skillscan.net (assessment of motivational skills) Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights (Continued) Career Assessments: High School & College Students (Con’t) • • • • www.careeru.com Rewarding Experiences Assessment Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Personality Inventory www.careerdesignguide.com www.elevateyourcareer.com (includes values, skills, and interest inventories) • www.rileyguide.com/assess.html • www.focuscareer2.com • www.kuderjourney.com Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights (Continued) Career Development Resources for Students, New Graduates & Young Professionals • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Experience.com Give a Grad a Go Indeed.com Internships.com InternMatch InternQueen InternSushi – JibberJabber – manage your job search and optimize your network. JobBook LifeAfterCollege Lindsay Pollack – author of Getting from College to Career: The Essential Guide to Succeeding in the Real World. LinkedIn Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights (Continued) Career Development Resources for Students, New Graduates & Young Professionals • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Monster.com – one of the oldest job search sites New Grad Life ResumeWriterInk Riley Guide Salary.com – information about what jobs pay Simply Hired – Google like search engine for jobs Skillspages.com Tweetmyjobs – free for job seekers. Get alerts through Twitter, email or text. Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights (Continued) • • • Career Assessments Career Portrait: www.careerportrait.com Motivational Appraisal of Personal Potential (MAPP) www.assessment.com • • • • • Standardized Interest Tests Campbell Interest & skills Career Assessment Inventory Kuder General Interest survey Strong Interest survey • • • • • • Personality Myers Briggs California Psychological Inventory Occupational Stress Inventory Personality Research Form 16 PF Personal Career Development Profile Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights (Continued) • Aptitude Tests • • • • • • • ACT Career Planning Program Highlands Ability Battery: www.highlandsco.com (measures natural abilities) Apticom DAT-Differential Aptitude Test Guilford-Zimmerman Aptitude Survey Occupational Aptitude Survey & Interest Schedule-2 (OASIS) General Aptitude Test Battery (GATB) • Strengths Assessments • • VIA Signature Strengths- www.authentichappiness.com or www.viacharacher.org Strengthsfinder2.0 www.strengthsfinder.com Workplace Issues Remedy Highlights (Continued) Additional General Workplace Issues Resources: • Job Accommodation Network for ADHD: http://askjan.org/media/adhd.html • Occupational Outlook Handbook: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/ • O*Net: http://www.onetonline.org • Finding A Career That Works For You, by Wilma Fellman, M.Ed., LPC • Workplace Questionnaire: (See below) • • What You Need to Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act The Americans with Disabilities Act includes ADHD as a disability. Find out what it means for you http://www.additudemag.com/web/article/674.html • CSST: Career Services Specialist Training: A 6 week, Distance Learning Class for ADHD Coaches to gain career development/career issues skills for working with clients. Partnership with The Edge Foundation. Trainers: Wilma Fellman, M.Ed., LPC and Victoria Roche, MSW, PCC. Call Denise von Pressentin at Edge: 206-632-9497. Classes are offered in January, June and October.