Career Counseling NYC

Therapy for you and your career.

FIND PASSION & PURPOSE WITH CAREER COUNSELING NYC

What are you capable of accomplishing?

 

You Know You Need to Change, But Do You Feel Stuck?

If you’re struggling at work or in your career, you may be wishing that you felt confident and proud of what you’re doing. The frustrating thing is that you know something is wrong, but you do not know how or what to change.

Therapy for you and your career aims to:

  • Increase clarity of your career and work interests.
  • Better understand how your personality and life experiences impact your career choices and how you engage with work.
  • Examine how your ambition and drive — or lack of them —  are critical components of career success and satisfaction.
  • Develop resilience to deal with setbacks and barriers, which even the best careers will face.

 

We Love Our Job of Helping You to Have a Successful and Satisfying Career.

We believe that everyone wishes for a sense of pride and accomplishment in their career and the work that they do. Yes, it is not easy to find. If you are searching, we are here to help guide you.



Successful careers are based on tapping into motivation, a sense of community, and pride in what you do.

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Epidemic Career Stress

Recent surveys reveal that more than 60% of people are stressed, extremely fatigued, and feel out of control when it comes to their work.



NYC Therapy that Thinks Beyond Normal

To us, your journey isn’t just back to “normal.” Let’s get you to your best.

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