Are you dissatisfied with your current job? Do you struggle to find a career that will provide meaning and satisfaction? Maybe you’ve been displaced by changes in industry, or the workplace, and feel unsure about what to pursue. Are you a young adult trying to determine the right college major and career path? Our career guidance program includes personalized assessment, support and guidance to identify the ideal career for you.
You will receive individualized testing to identify your interests, aptitudes and personality traits and more. Motivating sessions to help you creatively explore your talents and potential are provided in a comfortable, supportive, setting.
Our program includes practical information about qualifications, availability, salary and growth opportunities for a variety of occupations.
At the end of six, one-hour meetings, you can expect to gain:
- A clear overview of your strengths, personality type, values, interests and ideal work environment.
- A set of goals and job search strategy as a blueprint for you to follow.
- Concrete ways to maximize your assets and overcome your challenges.
- A simple way to organize your efforts to maximize your success.
Individual appointments are scheduled at your convenience. Most psychologists would charge $5000 to $7000 for the same testing and report writing. Our affordable services are provided at a fraction of that cost. Payment is received at time of service. No lump sum fees are required in advance. You can go through the program at your own pace.
After determining your career path, you may want additional help with:
- Resume development
- Job search coaching
- Interview preparation
- Anxiety and stress management
Appointments can be scheduled with your career counselor as you need them. This way you get what you need, and only what you need. For more information about our career services contact us.
What you can do, or dream you can, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
(Quote attributed to Goethe, Stephenson, and Anster)
Before you can think out of the box,
you have to start with a box.
(Twyla Tharp: The Creative Habit: Learn it and Use it For Life)