Career Counselling for Students
Students feel pressured to make post-secondary school choices with limited knowledge and work experience. Psychologists can administer a variety of inventories to measure vocational interests, abilities and personality factors. They can also provide efficient, time-saving tools to research career possibilities. Students also need to be aware of which occupations are in decline and also where growth is anticipated. Career counselling includes interviews and discussions, testing, and discussion of the overall test results. The addition of a summary report is strongly advised.
Career Counselling and Testing for Adults
Adults seek out the services of psychologists to help them with career planning and change. A stay-at-home mom may decide she would like to re-enter the workforce and feels the need for support and guidance. An illness or an injury can signal the need for a career change. Clients are often looking for reassurance that the options they are exploring are viable. Testing, guided research and discussion provide some of the tools and markers clients need to develop the confidence to take the first step.
Nine Hour Career Assessment and Selection Program
The program includes the following:
- Assessment: interviews and testing (3 hours)
- Feedback: discussion of results (1.5 hours)
- Guided research: targeted research with practical tools (3 hours)
- Preparation of a summary report: 1.5 hours
The fee for this program is $1,200.00.