I coach clients at varying stages of life to successfully navigate career transitions, discover and apply life affirming solutions to burnout and, creatively build foundations for a meaningful career.
I invite you to try Integrated Career Counseling - a combination of career and life coaching from an experiential and existential psychological perspective. This is a coaching perspective that focuses on your life and your unique experiences.
I am committed to supporting, guiding and encouraging you through this personalized coaching process by drawing on your experiences, your evolving skills and what you value deeply.
My aim is to help you continue to move forward in your life with greater awareness, insight and perspective. The results of our work together will enable you to combine what is possible with personally meaningful decisions and actions.
Single session and multi-session coaching packages in career transition, burnout prevention and developing meaningful careers are available via Skype or Zoom.
To book a free 20 minute consultation please contact me at email@example.com. I always welcome any questions you may have and look forward to hearing from you.
Individually we want to be actively engaged in creating and constructing our lives and careers. We are also relational beings, we experience meaning and a sense of connection through collaboration and being engaged with others and the world around us. We are motivated to contribute to our families, to our work and the communities we are part of as this gives us an energized feeling of purpose and value. Ideally, we want our aspirations, values, passions, interests, personality, education and unique experiences to be aligned with our work lives. This alignment or congruence is experienced as "best fit", as personally authentic, more importantly it is the key to fulfillment and enriches our career path(s).
Britt-Mari Sykes PhD
Integrative Career Counseling
Angela Mahoney is an educator and author who plays a pivotal role in supporting and preparing her special needs students for active and contributing roles in their communities. As she states, “I believe it is time to break the mold of what a job or employment looks like. I truly feel it is about looking at the task at hand and breaking it into pieces to fit the strengths of each individual person”.