Career Counseling Programs

There are three absolutely amazing online career counseling programs available right now, both are uniquely designed, based on proven strategies, research and case studies, etc. Here is what you get when you enroll: personalized help, one on one attention, quality career counseling program, chat, email, worksheets, phone or video session on a secure online counseling platform.

1. Student Kickstart Intensive: This is a short-term three-week online career counseling  program including one 60-minute intake session, two 40-minute career counseling sessions and worksheets in between sessions. This counseling program focuses on three main areas: Vocational Personality Assessment, Aptitude and Personal Strengths, and Career Development Strategy that’s specifically tailored for students who are anticipating or going through academic or vocational training and are interested in making career plans that highlight their strengths and passions. The sessions are highly structured and focus on getting clear on what to pick as far as a major or a field of study in college, or trade school, figuring out personal strengths, natural talents and getting started on an amazing career path.

2.Career Kickstart Intensive: This is a short-term three-week online career counseling program including one 60-minute intake session, two 40-minute career counseling sessions and worksheets in between sessions. This counseling program focuses on three main areas: Career Personality Assessment, Personal strengths, and Career Development Strategy that’s specifically tailored for adults who are starting their careers, making career transitions, considering going back to school, or making career advancement plans. The sessions are highly structured session and focus on getting clear on what to choose as far as a profession or field of work, figuring out personal strengths and how to maximize them, and getting started on an amazing career path.

3.Career Development VIP Program: This is a six month career counseling program, which includes the entire Career Kickstart Intensive Program (see above for information), which is three weeks long and ongoing biweekly one on one counseling sessions for another five months. Each career counseling session is 40 minutes. After going through the career jumpstart intensive program, participants have gained clarity on their professional field of interest, it’s time for a deep dive. For an additional five months, we will work on many issues including but not limited to maximizing personal strengths, releasing resistance, gaining confidence and strategic career advancement.


Questions and answers about my career counseling and coaching services:

Q: What is your approach when working with career counseling clients?

A: When working with clients with career related issues, whether is helping them on a specific field to focus on or find out if their current work environment is right for them, I not only incorporate scientific methods, strategic coaching, personality analysis,career analysis, environment analysis, but also provide customized services, person-centered approach… as every individual is a unique person in their own way. There’s no one-size fits all method when it comes to career counseling. I believe that it this kind of services must be individualized.           003I am here to help you find out who you are, what you want, what you are BEST at, what environment is BEST for you, and even the type of people you should partner with in business for success!

Q: What are the questions people come up with when they entering career counseling?

A: Some of the questions people always ask when they are seeking a career consultant or career coach: Should I work for someone else or start my own business? What type of jobs should I look for? What type of work environment fits me best? What type of work environment should I avoid getting into? What type of people best suit me as my supervisors or my coworkers (if I get to choose)? Who should I partner with in business? Who could be my potential clients? I am ready to take my career to a new level, where do I start? I am not sure if my current job is right for me, how do I find out about that? Should I leave this job or stay for a while? I hate my current job but it pays well, what should I do? I am in college and do not know what major to pick… I want to do one thing and my parents want me to do another, which is better?I like the income and the social status of being a lawyer, a doctor or a surgeon, am I a good fit for that kind of a job? I got laid off and should I start my own business? I am a lawyer/ doctor/ accountant/ mechanic/ server/ whatever,  but deep down I want to be an artist/ teacher/psychologist/homemaker/whatever… what can I do about my desires?

Q: What are some of the focuses of career counseling services with you?

A: My Career Counseling and Coaching Services are aimed to: Encourage creative thinkers, artists, professionals achieve their goals, transform their careers and flourish…Guide people in career transitions evaluate their risks and take courageous steps towards ultimate fulfillment…Assist students figure out who they really are and what they really want to do so that they no longer switch from major to major, and become able to focus their energies on things that are meaningful to them, and move on to success…Help lost souls find meaning, achieve clarity, power, and move forward with dedication, persistence and courage…

Q: What type of people are not appropriate for the career counseling programs at your practice?

A: The Career Counseling and Coaching Programs at my practice may not be for everyone. These programs are NOT appropriate for people who are currently dealing with severe mental illnesses which impair their thinking, perceptions, daily activities and social interactions. For such individuals, psychiatric and social services will be much more appropriate and helpful. Such mental illnesses may include but not limited to Schizophrenia, bipolar, clinical depression with psychotic features, delusional disorder, etc.

Q: Is career counseling or career coaching the same as psychotherapy?

A: Career counseling/coaching is NOT psychotherapy. In general,career coaches are not licensed psychotherapists. In the US, there is no requirement for career counselor, career coaches or life coaches to possess degrees or licenses.

Q: Can someone expect to obtain job referrals or placement, financial aid if they attend the career counseling programs?

A: No. Career counseling/coaching services do not include job referral, job placement or job search. Career counseling/coaching services do not involve business, financial, psychological, medical or legal consultation/advice. These programs do not guarantee a specific amount of money a person will make during or after the coaching program. Neither do these programs promise a person that he/she will get a specific job offer or opportunity.

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