Meditation for Interpreters & Translators
ONLINE COURSE | LANGUAGE NEUTRAL
Interpreters constantly face a myriad of challenges. Not only with individuals that are under highly stressful situations such as defendants, family members, attorneys, and others, but also with other stressors that can take a toll on their performance. Long hours of simultaneous interpretation, extremely long utterances while doing consecutive interpretation at the witness stand or medical office, and intense emotionally charged cases that can drain the interpreter or make him/her lose their focus.Register for $89
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3.1 Units of continuing education approved by State Language Access Programs for court interpreters certified in the following states:
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T R A N S L AT O R S
3 Units of continuing education approved by the American Translators Association (ATA) for certified translators.
California State Certified Court Interpreter • Oregon State Certified Court Interpreter • Interpreting instructor CalState Fullerton • Interpreting Instructor UC Riverside • Yoga Alliance Certified Meditation & Yoga Instructor • Certified Reiki 1 Healer
Breathing, Concentration, & Meditation Theory.
Breathing Exercises for Mental Recovery: before and after simultaneous and consecutive interpreting.
Meditation Practice: before and after interpretation session.