John Romig Johnson, Ph.D, NCPsyA, IAAP, NYAAP
1020 Tyron Circle, Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Each of us is a unique individual and a satisfying career tor one person might be a nightmare for another. Vocational counseling is a form of psychotherapy that is concerned for the whole life of the client. Exploring job search strategies for your individual personality, identifying your abilities and skill can help in evaluating your career opportunities. Through the use of Jungian typology we identify innate strengths, personal preferences, and character type. Exploring the ways you like to do things and what vocation or career would be most satisfying as well as exploring the pitfalls of choosing the wrong vocation, I can help you with appropriate and fulfilling career choices/
John Caparisos, Ph.D.
Professional Counselor/ Marriage and Family Therapist
527 East 60th Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405
Career Counseling is sometimes necessary when there are doubts about which path to take. Gentle discussion many times leads to intelligent and obtainable career choices. Training and various schools are discussed as well as trade schools and other training. On-line training is now available in many fields, and that is explored. Some have interest in religious vocations. Assistance with these issues is also available. I have worked with many young(and not so young) people who are trying to make career decisions. Military careers are certainly discussed as well. Call if you're trying to decide what to do!