Welcome readers! This is the website of Christopher Fosdick, a learning junkie, vocational rehabilitation counselor, and aspiring instructional designer. I’ve worked as a vocational rehabilitation counselor and as a trainer since 2006. I helped clients overcome disability, self-imposed limitations, and environmental barriers. I’ve coached more 1,000 adults, high school students, and college students towards meaningful and life-changing educational goals. I completed a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2010. I have provided counseling and guidance in-person and online since then. Throughout my counseling and training career, I worked with a variety of organizations including high schools, universities, businesses, and government agencies.

I discovered a passion for instructional design and learning technology while working as a trainer on a five-year research study funded by the Department of Education called ASPIRE. I trained across six states directly under ASPIRE’s project director. I developed a curriculum and provided training and presentations on a wide range of topics. Some of these subjects included communication, conflict resolution, data entry, and database navigation. I’ve provided hundreds of hours of in-person and online training, one-on-one and in group settings. I also developed a knack for creating simple, but highly effective training modules.

In 2020, I attained a Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology from Walden University. Although I currently work full-time for the federal government as a counselor, I still enjoy doing freelance work creating informational videos, training modules, learning experiences, and writing articles on learning or any topic that interests me.


Check out these links to see some of my work:

Stress Management Training



Instructional Design Videos

Attachment Theory Videos

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