Whether it’s exploring your current options, developing a career plan, preparing for a promotion, a change within your industry, or a total career change, we can help you clarify exactly what you want and help you make the change.
If you are feeling saturated in your current role or if you think you have hit the glass ceiling or finding it hard to differentiate yourself at the workplace, we can help you find new approaches, new thought processes to create breakthroughs in your career. You want to follow your heart, pursue your passion but are not sure how to go about it or if you are anxious about how it will work out, then who better to talk to than the one who has been there and done that successfully.
In case you are confused if you are in the right career, role aligned to your Strengths and interests, want to find out if there is a better career out there that can give you more happiness and success, then we can help you figure that out quickly & accurately.
Career counsellors assist persons who have inquiries about various occupations and educational options. If you’re looking for work, working with a career counsellor can help you make the most of the planning and decision-making process, resulting in a job path that’s tailored to your specific needs. Some high school counsellors assist students in making college and career decisions. Others work in higher education, advising university students who are having trouble choosing a major or selecting what they want to do after graduation. Some counsellors focus on working with adults who have already entered the workforce. These people may seek the advice of a career counsellor because they are thinking about changing occupations, wish to grow in their existing jobs, or need help finding new work after being laid off.
You might want to visit a career counsellor if you are facing issues like work frustration, stagnation, lack of motivation or you’re looking to change your career path entirely. For students who are unsure of their next steps in their education journey, visiting a career counsellor would be advisable. Counsellors not only provide guidance and support, they also conduct aptitude and personality testing to assist the client in make the best suited choices. Book an appointment