Parents have long served as mentors for their children. In decades past, seasoned managers took new employees under their wings and provided valuable guidance in shaping their careers. Today, with the explosion of knowledge and the impact of the internet and social media, these roles have been taken by therapists and coaches.
For the past 15 years I have offered my coaching services to meet the life and career needs of a wide range of clients: college students, individuals just embarking on careers, individuals and couples grappling with the impact of funding college educations, caring for aging parents, deciding whether to stay with or leave a marriage, and preparing for retirement.
If you are looking for career guidance, I suggest you visit my companion website, www.pittsburghcareercoach.com. There you will find career success whether you are:
- In college and looking to land a post-graduation job
- In mid-career and looking for a position with greater responsibility and compensation
- Seeking to change careers
- In retirement but seeking an encore career
However, if you have a great job but want to improve your health and fitness, resolve your relationship with a family member or a significant other, live fully with a serious illness, or deepen your spiritual practice, you’ve come to the right place.
My Life-Work Discovery coaching model will enable you to see your situation more clearly and empower you to work through the blocks and barriers that have held you back.