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Saint Paul, Minnesota therapist: Ben Mushel, pre-licensed professional
Career Counseling

Ben Mushel

Pre-Licensed Professional, LGSW
Our careers can be extremely distressing for a multitude of reasons. I utilize CBT as well as EMDR to help clients navigate these difficulties while holding a wam, non-judgemental, and compassionate space.  
1 Years Experience
Online in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Jacksonville, Florida therapist: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, psychologist
Career Counseling

Dr. Justin D'Arienzo

Psychologist, Psy.D., ABPP
Career counseling includes meeting with parents, the individual, and testing if necessary. Contact us for more information.  
Online in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Washington, Washington, D.C. therapist: Dr. Caroline Hicks, psychologist
Career Counseling

Dr. Caroline Hicks

Psychologist, PhD, LP
I have training in various career identity development models which allow for an exploration into certain career paths that may better fit your strengths. That being said, through the pandemic we have had a huge evolution in what a career can look like. We can use this space to see what is and what is not working in your current career path, as well as to broach the existential question around how to live out your values in work/life balance.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Flagstaff, Arizona therapist: Psychotherapy.Com, psychologist
Career Counseling


Psychologist, Ph.D.
Career counseling by trained therapists  
28 Years Experience
Online in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Durham, North Carolina therapist: Hope I. Hills, Ph.D., psychologist
Career Counseling

Hope I. Hills, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist in NC, Authorized PsyPact Practitioner in 40 states
It is so important to find out what really interests us in order to chose our career. So often people follow in their parent's footsteps, or just get whatever job they can and then keep on with that job as a career even if they hate it. I use the Strong Interest Inventory with all my clients, whether individual or couples. It is so important to clearly see what interests we have and how confident we are that we can explore them. For couples, that knowledge is often how they can expand the things they can explore together. When we are doing what we love as a career, or as a major part of our non-work life, our life purpose becomes even more satisfying and fulfilling.  
38 Years Experience
Online in Minneapolis, Minnesota