Career Counseling

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Do you dread going to work each morning? Did you “follow your passion” but now find yourself feeling unfulfilled and frustrated? Are you wondering if changing careers is the right move for you?

To experience a fully happy life, it’s important to have a career that you love. However, a recent study revealed that over 50% of Americans find themselves dissatisfied, and in some cases, profoundly unhappy with their current work situations. This pervasive dissatisfaction can act as a catalyst for stress, anxiety, and even depression, permeating various aspects of our lives. Notably, this unhappiness can extend its reach beyond the professional sphere, seeping into our personal relationships and adversely affecting our connections with friends and loved ones. 

At any point in your life, career counseling can serve as a valuable resource, whether you are in the process of choosing a career or contemplating a major career change. While embarking on a new professional path is undoubtedly exciting, it can also be accompanied by a considerable amount of stress and uncertainty. In such times, many individuals find that they could greatly benefit from professional assistance to navigate this transformative journey with confidence and clarity. 

Career counselors possess the specialized training to offer concrete career information and valuable resources, guiding individuals through the complexities of career development. 

In a career counseling session, you and your counselor may discuss:

  • Your particular skills or talents to determine which career may align best
  • Higher educational requirements and opportunities
  • Potential earnings of various careers
  • Daily working environments
  • Opportunities for advancement

If you “followed your passion” but ended up in a career that no longer suits you, career counseling can help you figure out which direction to go next. If you’re interested in exploring career counseling, contact us today for a free consultation. We would be more than happy to help you get back on the right track.