You don’t have to have it all figured out, but we can find ways to make work more meaningful for you. Career counseling can also process fear of authority figures, boundary setting, and work-life balance.
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. But a recent study concluded that over 50% of Americans are dissatisfied (if not downright unhappy) with their work. This dissatisfaction can lead to stress, anxiety and even depression. This unhappiness can also bleed over into your personal life, negatively impacting the relationships you have with friends and loved ones.
Career counseling can help you choose a career or completely change your career at any stage in your life. Embarking on a new career, though exciting, can also be incredibly stressful, and most people find they could use some help navigating the journey.
Career counselors have been trained to provide concrete career information resources and discuss career development. Some areas we may discuss are:
- Defining a career that’s authentic
- Work relationships
- Focusing on your strengths
- Workplace discrimination/bias
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 me today for a free consultation. I would be more than happy to help you get back on the right track.