Career Counsellors in Toronto.

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Career / Jobs Counsellor

Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych


3130 Bathurst St. Suite 211, Toronto, ON M6A 2A1

I help people explore career choices by giving them the opportunity to access the mental and emotional information that can provide accurate inner guidance. No one can tell a person what work they should do. Rather, a person must learn how to assemble every level of information in order to arrive at a decision that feels right and true for him or her.

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Julie Freedman, MSW, RSW, PhD (c)

Registered Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist

5-315 Avenue Road, Toronto, ON M4V 2H2

Are you experiencing change and transition in your career? Are you unhappy at work and seeking new paths for success? Do you want to enhance your performance or perhaps create more work life balance? I will help you to set your own path for personal success in life and at work. Together we explore what will help you achieve your potential. I draw from a variety of evidence-based psychological techniques to help you find strategies for enhancing performance and achieving your personal and professional goals.

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Jaime Saibil, M.A.

Registered Psychotherapist & Cognitive behavioural therapist

180 Bloor street west, Toronto, ON M5S 1T6

The main objectives of career counselling/coaching is to help you reach your maximum potential professionally. You will be provided with the tools and skills necessary to achieve success in your work life. A few areas include: Find a career that's a fit for you, Assertiveness training, Public speaking, Communication, Conflict management/Resolution, Career change, Enhancing work/life balance, Stress management, and Building self-esteem. Discover your maximum potential!

Career / Jobs Counsellor

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Toronto, ON M5J 2T3

While most career counselors love to give you capacity based profiles of what your talents and interests are for your best bet career choices, Grey Matters international believes that most people make predictably irrational decisions and then after making them learn way to make them fit into their identities using various types of rationalizations and strategies. We are able to assist folks in career counseling type settings by giving a deeper look at their decision making profile so they can better understand where the core frustration or desire is coming from in the world of work. Contact or 877-606-6161.

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Robert T. Muller, Ph.D., C.Psych.

Clinical Psychologist

114 Maitland Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 1E1

My approach to helping clients in the area of work and career often relates to interpersonal problems in employment settings, difficulties managing work-life balance, and questions surrounding changing careers. Often clients come in with concerns around how to make changes to their employment situation, and they have various anxieties surrounding the risk that comes with making these life changes. In treatment, I help clients address their anxieties and fears, and we work together to seek solutions.

Career / Jobs Counsellor

Mitch Smolkin, M.A., Counselling Psychology

Psychotherapist and Couples Counsellor

208 St Clair Ave West Suite #2, Toronto, ON M4V 1R2

Career Counselling is vital to understanding and creating a positive and rich life experience. On average, we spend 40-60 hours a week committed to our careers, and studies show that so much of our stress emanates from this part of our life. The benefits of Career Counselling are to find the deepest and most profound meaning in what we do or to also learn coping strategies and skills to manage difficult career situations.

Career / Jobs Counsellor

Sandy Kiaizadeh, M.A., A.T.C.

Clinical Mental Health Counsellor and Life Coach

123 Edward Street, Toronto, ON M5G 1E2

Are you ready for a career change? Are you in a place in your professional life where you know, deep inside, that there is something dissatisfying about your career but can’t put your finger on what the missing piece is? Whether you are just starting a career or contemplating a mid-life career transition, the choice you make is so important, after all, we spend the majority of our waking time at work! Find a career that is aligned with your values and passion(s). Are you ready to take an empowered and proactive approach in your professional life? Call me today to see how career counselling can help you.

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Tammy Laber, MA, MACP, OACCPP, RP

Coach and Counsellor, Registered Psychotherapist

Pape and Danforth, Toronto, ON M4J 1C3

Everyone has a niche, a kind of work where they can really shine. I can help you find your niche, using psychological assessments and other tools, and develop strategies to help you find the kind of work you seek. Even in a tough market, there are ways to get more of what you want. Put my combined background in marketing and psychology to work for you now; life's too short not to love what you do!

Career / Jobs Counsellor

Mary Fulford-Winsor, Registered Psychotherapist

Registered Psychotherapist-Individuals and Couples/Marriage Counselling

120 Carlton Suite 413 (Cabbagetown/Downtown area), Toronto, ON M5A 4K2

Feeling that we don't fit in our current work leads to upset and unhappiness and a host of other issues resulting from this disjuncture.Many of us spend 40+hrs a week in the context of our work.During the week that is 1/2 of our waking hours.If we are dissatisfied with what we do,the people we do it with and how it makes us feel it is going to profoundly affect us and our relationships.Feeling that we can't bring about change leaves us feeling depressed and powerless.We stay locked in our current situations out of fear: as a psychotherapist I can help you work through those fears and take away some of their power.When we feel less fearful and more powerful within ourselves,change can happen.

Career / Jobs Counsellor

Sandra Lewis, MA

Psychotherapist, coach

126 Seaton Street, Toronto, ON M5A 2T3

Many of my clients are in the wrong job. They know that but find it extremely difficult to shift directions, because of time invested, parental or other expectations or a regular paycheck. Changing careers is almost always a challenging and frightening proposition, but something worth the effort of considering if you are filled with depression or disinterest imagining the rest of your working life doing what you are doing now.

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