employee & career coaching and counselling

Booking Information

  • Once you have purchased a session you will be given information to get in touch and arrange a date and time for your session. 

  • It is preferred that Child Consultation sessions are conducted face to face only.

  • Please note that once your appointment time and date have been confirmed, we have a 48 (forty-eight) hour cancellation policy. Any cancellations less than 48 hours prior to an appointment, or any no-shows will be charged. Any requests to reschedule less than 48 hours prior to an appointment, cannot be guaranteed and the original appointment will incur a charge unless under exceptional circumstances.



This is a 2 hour one-on-one session where our career experts will walk with you to define your career priorities, discuss emotional hurdles and think through practical next steps to transform your working life. The two hour session can be divided into two one hour separate sessions where the first session is for for assessment on your current situation, work experiences, education and qualifications, where to from here, etc. The second session is usually devoted to discussing the plans based on information obtained from the first session.  

Finding a job that matches our talents and interests is one of the central tasks of any life. But it can be extremely hard to find the space, energy and focus to zero in on your true aspirations.

Therefore, there may be literally nothing more valuable to invest in, than some sessions of Career Counselling. In the hands of a good counsellor, our personalities are properly assessed and appraised, possible blockages are investigated and a way forward is sketched. This session is suitable for people at any stage of their career and each session is tailored to the  individual’s specific needs.


How career counselling can help . . .



In a career counselling session, the counsellor will help a person explore skills and strengths, consider education levels and give advice about continuing education, and determine interests and personality type. Counsellors may also administer an aptitude test to determine personal traits.

Some potential topics of discussion in career counselling:

  • Particular skills or talents. In which careers might they be useful?

  • The educational commitment required of various careers.

  • The potential earnings of various careers.

  • The daily working environment. Some people enjoy working in an office, while others might be more successful in a fast-paced or outdoor environment.

  • The opportunities for change or advancement in a particular career. Some careers are more flexible than others. Lawyers and doctors, for example, may shift their focus or area of specialty but will generally remain lawyers and doctors. Other careers or education paths might more allow mobility between positions in a given field.

  • The necessary skills/education for a desired career.