GRIT, PASSION, PERSEVERANCE
This year, on June 25th and 26th, City University of Seattle presents: The 2nd Annual Capstone Conference: Grit, Passion, Perseverance
The 2021 Capstone Research Conference, as a rite of passage for Master’s Candidates here at City University, welcomes the families, friends, faculty, mentors, and broader community of counsellors associated with our graduating class to join in on this opportunity to honor and learn from the presenters.
The focus of this weekend is to celebrate the research of graduate students who will soon be completing their scholarly training and will be entering the mental health field as counsellors. The capstone project is the culmination of an intensive research process of review, collection, and curation of empirical findings on the topic chosen by each student. Each capstone presented at this conference aims to showcase up-to-date research on a particular and specialized subject, and offers an opportunity for our up-and-coming professionals to disseminate both their findings and the applications to the clinical work of therapists.
During the event, there will be 40+ speakers and presentations, and attendees will be welcomed to choose among various sessions and workshop style discussions to attend. This year’s topics include: Trauma & Addictions, Therapy Modalities & Process of Counselling, Relationships & Wellbeing, Learning & Performance, and Diversity. This year, the Capstone Conference is being offered virtually and can be accessed remotely via our online platform.
Please click on the link Conference Registration Form to RSVP to the conference!
Friday, June 25 (2:30pm to 6:00pm) and Saturday, June 26 (9:00am to 6:00pm)
We invite friends, loved ones, faculty, mentors, and our City University community to join us
Conference features 45 presenters, and the Conference themes include Trauma & Addictions, Therapy Modalities & Process of Counselling, Relationships & Wellbeing, Learning & Performance, and Diversity
As a rite of passage, this is celebration of the Master’s level learning of City University students.