Many of us spend nearly one-third of our entire lives at work. Unfortunately, too many people find themselves in uninspiring careers that drain them of their energy and creativity. But your career shouldn’t be something you have to endure…it should be something you love.
When your career isn’t a good fit for you it takes a toll on your confidence, your self-esteem, your relationships, and your health. It can lead you to feel burnt-out, irritable, anxious, or depressed, and these feelings can easily spill over into other areas of your life.
You may feel…
Unhappy, stuck, isolated, or bored in your current career.
Overwhelmed by how to pivot into a new field when you’re mid-career.
Anxious about looking for work after being let go from another job.
Confused about choosing a career after graduating from high school or college.
Intimidated by the process of finding work after raising kids.
Uncertain about your “next act” after retiring from another career.
You’re ready to find a career that energizes and inspires you. You want the work you do to have meaning, purpose, and flow. You’re searching for a career path that taps into your natural interests and strengths. One that feeds your passions and allows you to enjoy the other things in life that matter.
“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.”
– Joeseph Campbell
As a Certified Career Counselor, I’ll help you…
Get clear about what kind of career and life you want.
Assess your career interests, skills, strengths, passions, and values.
Address any anxiety, self-doubt, or impostor syndrome holding you back.
Navigate the job search process and develop professional networking strategies.
Explore academic or training programs to help build your career.
A holistic approach…
Since your career impacts the rest of your life, and the rest of your life impacts your career, I take a holistic and wellness-centered approach to career counseling. This approach takes many factors into account, including your interests, strengths, and values, your personality and temperament, your family responsibilities, your financial needs, your self-esteem, your physical and emotional health, and all the other issues and roles that people manage and need to consider day-to-day.
I look forward to hearing from you. Please call (207) 494-4040 or click the link below to request an appointment.