Learning Together

Continue to develop your skills in practical ways and increase hopefulness.

  • Connect

    Join a monthly live session to engage in shared learning experiences and connect with fellow members. (Live sessions will be recorded)

  • Reflect & Share

    Access to the full CHATP course content (September 2021 version), and continue learning. Gain access to all newly developed course content, articles, and more!

Access to funds can vary.

To apply for a reduced training rate, contact us at hello@doubleknot.works.

About the Instructional Team

Andrea Fruhling, PCC

andrea@doubleknot.works

Andrea Fruhling is a Certified Organizational Coach (UBC), founder of Doubleknot Works, executive director of the Hope-Action Group, and mentor coach/instructor for the Organizational Coaching program at the University of British Columbia, and an artist. Andrea develops and delivers engaging workshops and training programs for career practitioners and organizations all over the world, helping them find more creatively impactful ways to work with clients. She has led sessions and done keynote presentations for numerous national and international career development conferences and associations, and enjoys weaving together organizational and team coaching with career development to help people create and increase hopefulness in the world we live.
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Dr. Norman Amundson

neamundson@gmail.com

Norman Amundson is a professor emeritus from the University of British Columbia, and has worked in the career development field for over 40 years. During this time he has been involved in a number of national and international career development projects and has published many books and articles, including his award-winning book “Active Engagement”. In his work he emphasizes the importance of creativity, imagination, storytelling, dynamic action, metaphors and hope. Norm has presented his work at many national and international conferences in more than 30 countries. He holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Umea, in Sweden and has been recognized by many national and international professional associations for his leadership and contributions in the career development field. His workshops and presentations are practical, engaging and interactive.

Dr. Spencer Niles

sgniles@wm.ed

Dr. Spencer Niles is a Professor in the Counselor Education Program at William & Mary, and previously served as Dean, at the School of Education at William & Mary. Spencer is one of the founders of the Hope-Action Theory and Hope-Action Inventory. He was a Distinguished Professor and Department Head at the Pennsylvania State University, and was twice the President of the National Career Development Association (NCDA), as well as being Past-President of Chi Sigma Iota International. Spencer ('Skip') is the recipient of the NCDA Eminent Career Award, and has been recognized with numerous awards from the American Counseling Association (ACA). He has taught in over 30 countries, and his book Career Development Interventions (6th edition) is the best-selling career text in the world.