Career counseling (also referred to as coaching) is built to help people navigate choosing, changing, or embarking on an entirely new career. Career coaching is perfect for any individual, regardless of life stage, and is used to help understand your potential career options.
In career counseling, the career coach or therapist is trained to provide resources, discuss career development with an individual or company, and administer and interpret aptitude and personality/interests assessments.
When it comes to career counseling, some questions to consider include the following:
What am I good at?
What do I like to do?
What have others told me I’m good at?
What are my values (work, family, friends)?
What am I looking for in a career?
What qualifications do I have?
What work environment do I want to be in?
A career counselor can help you navigate these questions; explore skills, strengths, and education levels; and discover your aptitudes through tests and assessments, as well as self-discovery.
When it comes to identifying a career move, having a career coach can help you feel more certain about what direction you want to take. And now with COVID-19, identifying your values, skills, and interests is as important as ever. Branding yourself and your skills is the first step to making yourself shine in the business world, and a career coach can help you.
If you’d like to take the first step in identifying your skills and career goals or if you are in a transition, reach out to me and we can get something started. Career coaching is my passion, and helping others discover their passion is what I’m all about.
You got this.
Samantha Hoover, LPC