Take Vocational Counseling to Find the Right Path

Are you struggling to find direction in your life or do you know what you want yet are unsure how to begin? Are you frustrated with your work dynamic or feel that your full professional potential has yet to be realized? Are you overwhelmed trying to focus on all of your different interests or feel like you don’t fit into traditional roles in the work force? Vocational counseling can help you gain the confidence and perspective you need to take the next step in your career.

Take Vocational Counseling to Find the Right Path

Are you struggling to find direction in your life or do you know what you want yet are unsure how to begin? Are you frustrated with your work dynamic or feel that your full professional potential has yet to be realized? Are you overwhelmed trying to focus on all of your different interests or feel like you don’t fit into traditional roles in the work force? Vocational counseling can help you gain the confidence and perspective you need to take the next step in your career.

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How can we help you have better interpersonal relationships?

One word can change the whole outcome of a situation, one word can take a good scenario to an undesirable scenario. So it is very important to keep calm and know how to handle each situation accordingly.

We use a short-term, solution-focused approach. In the first session, we can identify the problem, in this case, your interpersonal relationships problem, problems with communication, listening skills, identifying and using feeling words, among other problems you may have. Our therapists will go through different scenarios and teach you the appropriate way to handle each one.

Different type of statements

People tend to communicate using the word “you”, however, this word is often accusative. Making people feel defensive, guilty, as if their needs are not important, making them reluctant to go along with any solutions or changes you may have in mind.

Using the word “I” changes the tone from accusative to more trustful and understanding. Try using “I” statements followed by a “you” statement. For example, say, “I feel sad when you leave.” instead of saying, “You always leave me.” If you’d like to know more examples and learn how to handle situations better, come visit us!

How can we help you achieve your career goals?

Each person has their own unique goals for their career and our counseling sessions are tailored to empower the individual while they discover their calling. A set of needs, strengths, goals, and barriers are acknowledged in order for you to take action in the workplace.

Approach

Our purpose is to ask the right questions to help you realize your own potential, while offering resources and support to help get you there. By understanding how your personal attributes (like motivations, aptitudes, preferences and values) can be integrated into your every day routine to help you achieve your greatest potential. Our goal is to help you find success, whether it’s strategies for finding satisfaction in your current work or tools to help you find a new career. We offer coaching dialogue and role play to help you navigate situations like interviews, salary negotiation and self advocacy when dealing with problems in the workplace.