125 Little Canada Road West
Suite 200 Little Canada
Medical or legal, spoken language or sign language; whatever the discipline, interpreters act as both witness and narrator of many aspects of trauma, which over time can impact mental health and emotional well-being.
This workshop is a continuation of previous sessions, but you can come to one or to all.
Nobody knows what it is like to be an interpreter as well as another interpreter. It can be a stressful and exhausting job, especially when we interpret distressing or horrific stories. This support group will include education related to stress and self care as well as dedicated time to support each other, ask questions, and share experiences. Come to receive support, learn something new, or to support others!
The workshop consists of a two hour presentation and conversation in a small group setting.
Presenter: Stephen Sewell
Stephen Sewell’s first experience as an ad hoc medical interpreter was at the University of Minnesota Hospitals in 1971 (long before interpreting was regularly available). He has pursued his interest in Spanish language and culture through various community service jobs, as well as being a teacher of Spanish. His wide-ranging interests include cognitive development, cooking, music and the brain, and gardening. He is especially interested in encouraging others to explore learning and self-care opportunities. He recently completed training to be a trainer for The Community Interpreter International course.
Online registration: here!
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NEW Preregistered Members: $5.00
Preregistered Non-members: $10.00
Details on the location: ARCH Language Services recently moved away from their St. Paul office. Please note their brand new location at: