Career Counselling Glasgow
Could you benefit from career counselling?
Are you unhappy in your job?
Do you long for 5pm and weekends?
Are you trying to discover a career that would be more fulfilling?
You can spend up to 25% of your life at work so it’s important that you feel happy there. Being in the wrong job, or having work related problems can have a big impact on your physical and emotional health.
Of course, any work-related problems are not completely out of context with the rest of your life; personal problems can affect your working life and work problems can affect your personal life.
Many people find it difficult to decide what they want to do for a living. People often spend more time and energy planning their annual holiday than planning their career.
Career Counselling Could Help You With:
- Taking stock of, and clarifying your skills, interests and values
- Problems in deciding on career alternatives
- Difficulties in implementing career decisions
- Trying to achieve a better work-life balance
- Problems brought about by organisational changes such as restructuring
- Job related stress
- Low self-esteem and confidence holding you back
- Life transitions such as redundancy and retirement
- Performance related issues
- Relationship problems with managers, peers and staff
Here’s what one satisfied client had to say:
“I came to see Neil because I was lacking direction in my life. My experience of counselling was based on what I had seen on watching TV shows and films so I didn’t know what to expect in our first session. Neil lets you decide the pace and after just a few short months I’ve seen big changes; I feel more confident to make my voice heard and will shortly start a new course towards a new career path.”
Call me now on 07970 860 711 to discuss career counselling.
Alternatively, fill in the form below for a call back from me.
For information on my location in Glasgow check out the contact page.
Further Reading on Discovering Your Career and Career Development
On career choice, job hunting, and interviewing:
Bolles, Richard. (2014) What Colour is Your Parachute.
Yate, Martin. Knock ‘Em Dead.
Buckingham, Marcus. Go Put Your Strengths to Work.
On the meaning of work:
Carter, Steven and Sokol, Julia. Lives Without Balance.
Palmer, Parker J. Let Your Life Speak.
Williams, Nick. (1999) The Work We Were Born to Do.