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FREE Webinar Replay - Setting Boundaries with Clients

  • 01/08/2020
  • 31/08/2020
  • Online


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Access this webinar replay for FREE. Register now to get free access to the replay of this 90-minute webinar anytime in August.


Here's something special from us to you during this challenging time. We're providing access to four of our 2019 webinar replays for FREE. We'll be featuring one webinar per month for four consecutive months. Register now to get free access to the replay of this 90-minute webinar anytime in August.

Webinar Synopsis

Do you sometimes take on too much with your clients? Do you have a hard time saying no?  We are all in this work to help people find meaningful work and there aren’t any sweeter words than hearing a client say “I got the job!”  However, without clear boundaries, it become easier to take on more than we should, and boundaries will help clients to develop greater self-efficacy. Setting boundaries with your clients may feel unnatural and even mean-spirited, however, this webinar will convince you that boundaries are an essential and important way to create more value for your clients, and a major factor in contributing positively to your own mental health.

Learning Objectives

This is a recording of a webinar that took place in 2019. The interactive session offers a lecture and discussion on real-world scenarios. You will receive practical tips to help you stay on track.

At the completion of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand why boundaries are needed
  • Set clear boundaries respectfully and empathetically
  • Reset when boundaries are breached and respond when pushback happens


Devon Turcotte is working to change career conversations through Careerified, a career and education coaching business based in the GTA. Prior to starting her business, Devon worked with teens, parents, and educators in the Career Development and Student Recruitment offices at Durham College, and as a Liaison Officer at Skills Ontario. Visit careerified.ca for more information.