Johannes Marselis, LCSW, LCSW
26 Court St., Brooklyn, New York 11225
Let's discuss what direction you want to take professionally and what blocks you from moving forward. I have experience with assisting people who feel stuck, or directionless, or fearful of current circumstances. From interoffice issues, to resume and cover letter writing, to exploration of what you would like to do professionally, I am prepared to confront your concerns with you and provided you with tools and guidance.
Charles Wininger, LP, LMHC
Licensed Psychotherapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor
581 Fifth Street, Brooklyn, New York 11215
What you do for a living is what you do for a life. If you'd like assistence making your career goals corrrespond to your life goals, and to your higher purpose, I can help. If you find yourself at a crossroads in your work life, remember that in this challenging economy, people often find it necessary to change careers as well as jobs more than once or twice. I've helped many clarify their career goals, and find the job they want and need. That's what I did for myself years ago, and what I've done for so many others, and what I can do for you.
Barbara Dietz, LCSW
307 President Street, Brooklyn, New York 11231
Finding a satisfying career or profession is one of life’s major and most important challenges. Deciding how to direct ourselves, and what qualities we want from our work, involves knowing what we value and how our values are expressed in what we do. Not incidentally, we also need to be able to support ourselves and those dependent on us financially without depleting our vitality. Career counseling with me explores these issues in light of your education and life experience. We also evaluate your hopes, desires and skills in terms of what is practical, given the social and economic realities of your life. Resulting personal discoveries can lead to appropriate choices with potential for growth....
Anthony Tshering, LCSW
26 Court St, #614, Brooklyn, New York 11231
We spend a large portion of our days working. But yet surprisingly it's a rarity when someone actually finds meaning in their job. As an existential therapist, I believe people's first instinct is to seek meaning in their lives and that includes their careers. Using a collaborative approach, I provide my clients with a nonjudgmental environment to explore what kind of work they will fulfillment from in their day to day lives.