Issues: job loss, career shift, job search, managing stress, power/control, retirement, job preparation, job dissatisfaction/meaninglessness, in–house politics, interpersonal conflicts among others.
  • Counseling as a therapeutic process can help shed light on, and bring new meaning to the world of work and challenges associated with it.
  • To a greater or lesser degree, everyone on the employment treadmill has encountered one or more issues during their career lives. This isn’t terribly surprising if you consider the investment of time, energy and personhood involved.
  • Issues related to work are arguably the most complex because of the inter–relationships among themselves and other dimensions of a person’s world.
  • Counseling at home, Counseling at work or any other desired location can help you to unravel and bring new meaning to work–related issues that may seem to be insurmountable. In the process, you will create new opportunities to be more than you thought possible.

Please Note: Long-distance counseling is not recommended for persons in crisis or at risk of harming themselves or others. Should these apply, you are urged to contact 911, your local crisis line, your medical doctor or the nearest hospital emergency department.
Only persons 18 years of age or older may legally consent to receive services.