Career Coaching – make effective career choices with a Career Psychologist
Choose Career Coaching if you are unhappy at work, or not sure what to do?
Career coaching can be helpful at all ages. From 14 to 70+ I can help with all aspects of making education and career choices. And helping you with work decisions. As a career psychologist I call on vocational guidance and career coaching. Alongside my in-depth knowledge of psychology and the work place.
Whether you need to understand more about yourself to make a career choice, develop strategies to get promoted, or to deal with a challenging situation, career coaching & vocational guidance will help.
You now have 4 choices:
1. CAREER COACHING – ADULT CHOICES
Career Discovery Coaching – Is essential when you need help to make a career change. This is the option if you are thinking of changing jobs but are not sure what to move to. I provide individual career coaching sessions and career coaching programmes which include assessments. Read more
Career Management – Focuses on managing your career: getting promoted, getting on track and managing different and difficult situations. If you wonder if you should move on to somewhere else, feel stuck or want help in managing any aspect of your working life this type of career coaching is the option to choose. You may want to choose career coaching to help you to raise your profile. I can also help you have create a better blend between work and your wider life. Read more.
Career Review Service – By taking time each year to check how things are going you can identify feelings of dissatisfaction and make adjustments on a more regular basis rather than waiting for things to get to a more extreme point. It’s good to know so that we can change a habit or diary when to get something changed or to create a plan for changes in our job. Read more.
2. CAREER COACHING – YOUNG PEOPLE CHOICES
Career Guidance with Teenagers, Students and Graduates – The work I do can help young people to choose: A levels or other post 16 study, Degree subject and Specialism, First job and possible career path. With career coaching with younger clients we can take a considered approach or fast track everything for a graduate. Read more.
3. SELF EMPLOYMENT
Considering setting up your own business? It’s a big step and I want you to be well prepared. This means taking some time to understand who you are. Also to be clear on what’s important to you and coming up with ideas before making a choice. My career coaching can then help you make your dream a reality. Read more.
4. RETIREMENT (and Pretirement) PLANNING
Some people still take a traditional approach. They reach company retirement age, and move into a different phase. Look at the advertisements and it’s all about cruises and downsizing. This works for some, but others are looking for something different. Some have no plans to retire, they want to keep going till they drop! This could be down to necessity, they don’t have enough money coming in. Others have more to give and want to continue to learn and develop. Others see it as a gradual process. They may leave employment for a time, but then return later to something different. Read more.
OR … if you want career coaching support within your organisation I’ve got this covered too. Read more here.
I don’t make you go through a long process to find out my fees. Here is a chart so you can compare options