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Career Counseling

Career Counseling is a process that will help you to know and understand yourself and the world of work in order to make career, educational, and life decisions. Career counseling or career guidance includes a wide range of professional activities which focus on supporting people in dealing with career-related challenges – both preventively and in difficult situations (such as unemployment and job dissatisfaction). Career counselors work with people from various walks of life, such as adolescent seeking to explore career options, experienced professionals contemplating a career change, Mothers who want to return to the world of work after taking time to raise their child, or people seeking employment.

Career Counselling by Dr. Nausheen Shahzad :

Who Can Benefit?

  • Adolescents and Young Adults: High school and college students exploring career options and educational paths.

  • Experienced Professionals: Individuals contemplating a career change or seeking growth in their current field.

  • Parents Returning to Work: Mothers or fathers re-entering the workforce after raising children.

  • Job Seekers: Individuals seeking employment or facing job dissatisfaction.

  • Anyone Facing Career Challenges: People dealing with unemployment, career transitions, or workplace issues.

What Does It Involve?

  • Self-Assessment: Evaluating interests, values, skills, and personality traits to understand career suitability.

  • Career Exploration: Researching various professions, industries, and job roles to find the best fit.

  • Goal Setting: Defining clear, achievable career goals and creating a strategic plan to achieve them.

  • Resume and Interview Preparation: Assisting with resume writing, interview skills, and job search strategies.

  • Skill Development: Identifying and developing the skills needed for desired career paths.

  • Support and Guidance: Providing continuous support and guidance throughout the career decision-making process.

Why Seek Career Counseling?

  • Clarity and Direction: Gain a clear understanding of your career options and the steps needed to pursue them.

  • Confidence in Decisions: Make informed and confident career choices based on professional guidance.

  • Personal and Professional Growth: Develop a deeper understanding of your strengths and how to leverage them in your career.

  • Overcome Challenges: Address and overcome career-related challenges such as job dissatisfaction, unemployment, or career transitions.

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