job-coaching

The job market has been picking up after a long and difficult downturn. The improved job market may mean new opportunities for those who have experienced layoffs and now seek new opportunities, either in their originally chosen field, or as they transition into a new professional career. The new landscape may also mean a chance to improve your position at your current job.

Whatever your career goals are, it’s beneficial to bring your best you to the negotiating table. Job Coaching sessions with Dr. Scheckner can help you identify your professional strengths, help you polish networking and interviewing skills, get you unstuck from a career rut, or give you that extra confidence boost you need to attain the career of your dreams.


Resources:
Therapists Get an Earful About Career Anxiety ~ NY Times
Do You Need a Career Coach? ~ Psychology Today