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External Workshop Sponsored by Sorenson Communications May 3, 2013 Westminster, CO 80031

Interpreter Workshop

Breathe and Be Well: Anxiety Management for Interpreters
Presented in English by DeeLayne Roark

Do you ever feel overwhelmed, stressed out, or anxious while interpreting? How about when preparing for and taking a certification test? You are not alone. In this workshop, we will explore and address the various causes of interpreting-related anxiety, and provide tools for dealing with them. We will also test-drive methods for exorcising what haunts you, and help you get on the road to calm, collected, and cool, even in the hot seat!

In this workshop we will:
Identify their specific sources of anxiety
Learn new tools with which to address their anxiety
Participate in activities applying these new approaches to anxiety management.

Cost: Free (1 hour lunch will be on your own)
Sorenson VRS is proud to sponsor this workshop. Donations will be gladly accepted to support Deaf DOVE. Please make checks payable to Deaf DOVE.

When: Saturday, May 4, 2013
Time: 9:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Front Range Community College-Westminster Campus; Room C1157
3645 W 112th Ave
Westminster, CO 80031

RSVP: Dallas McCarthy – dmccarthy@sorenson.com

**If needed, please request an interpreter at least 3 days prior to workshop

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