About the instructor
Arianna graduated in 2000 in Western New York with a communication and graphic arts degree. She honed her interpreting skills through hands-on experience and training in the mental health, education, legal, and child care fields. She currently is a Master Certified Court Interpreter for North Carolina, and is also a Certified Medical Interpreter. Past experiences include working as a Staff Interpreter for the 11th District of North Carolina, the Federal Public Defender's office and the Johnston County Mental Health Department as an interpreter and consultant. She also has experience in presenting at conferences, including NAJIT and ATA. Arianna is currently an editor/writer for NAJIT's publication Proteus, and was Editor-in-Chief from 2017 to 2019. She also published a book, Mental Health Interpreting: Unique Challenges, Practical Solutions, which is available on Amazon.
As interpreters, we are not immune to workplace stress and anxiety. What can you do when you are faced with stressful situations? Also, we all will have a bad day once in a while. How do you turn that around?
What you will learn
How to combat workplace stress and anxiety
How to use psychological tricks to diminish anxiety
Why fighting anxiety is important for our interpreting
This course has been approved for continuing education credits in the following states:
2.5 contact hours: MO, NC, OH, OR, TX, UT, WA, WI
3 contact hours: FL, NV
Students can individually apply for CEUs in the following states by submitting all necessary information:
DE, IA, KY, MD, MI, MS, NE
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