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Philanthropy: A Key Piece of the Puzzle at Calgary Career Counselling

June 14, 2017

Calgary Career Counselling is coming up on its eighth anniversary in July, and, as I reflect on these past years, I am proud not only about the firm having helped thousands of Canadians, but that we have donated our time and services to many individuals and organizations along the way. As a career and workplace […]

Translating the Warrior Program

May 24, 2017

Are you someone, or do you know someone, who has military experience and are looking to find a way to maximize that experience and training to develop or start your civilian career?   Many have struggled  to find a way to blend and market what they know and have learned from their commendable service to […]

LinkedIn Don’ts: Are you making these 5 mistakes?

April 26, 2017

Here are five LinkedIn pitfalls that many users make and suggestions on how to fix them:   1. Don’t have an incomplete profile. Recruiters are using LinkedIn to find great candidates like you, so make sure they can find you. Fill in all the sections that are relevant to you. Add rich detail, using keywords […]

Working with a Disability: Tips for Job Seekers

March 29, 2017

  Though many employers proudly declare themselves an “equal opportunity employer,” individuals who identify with a disability may still wonder how their disability impacts the opportunities available to them. I have worked with countless clients living with chronic illness, physical or cognitive impairments, and/or a mental health diagnosis; many of whom believe their career choices […]

Supporting Loved Ones Through Career Transitions

February 22, 2017

Since February is the month of Valentine’s Day and Family Day, it seems like a fitting time to reflect on how we can support our loved ones through career transitions. Just like other major life changes, career shifts are often emotional and intense. Though your loved one is the one making the career change, you […]

Exit Stage Left: How to Resign with Your Head Held High

January 25, 2017

So you’ve decided it’s time to move on from your current job. No matter the reason, sharing your resignation with your boss and co-workers can be thrilling, stressful, and even sad. It’s important to remember that planning your exit strategy in a calm, diplomatic manner can only work in your favour. Here are a few […]

Is 2017 the Year You Make a Change?

January 4, 2017

Instead of a New Year’s resolution, why not make 2017 the year for your New Year’s REVOLUTION? If you have not been happy in your career for some time now — and your dissatisfaction goes deeper than a few adjustments or tweaks in your work situation — perhaps it’s time to make a change. Whether […]

Good Reads for a Chilly Day

December 28, 2016

Though we are often busy with holiday activities in December, it is also a great time of the year to slow down and reflect. As you cozy up to stay warm, grab your favorite hot drink and enjoy this selection of some of the most popular articles shared by CCC’s social media team in 2016! […]

Making Time for Your Passions: If I Can Do It, So Can You!

December 14, 2016

Do you notice that when you ask someone how they are doing, the answer is often, “I’m so busy”?  We are constantly faced with growing workloads, and with a steady flow of information infiltrating our phones and inboxes, we are left with less time than ever. As a wife, mother of three children (ages eleven, […]

Advice for a Successful School Year for Your Child – for Parents (Part 2)

November 30, 2016

Another school year is halfway done! This is the final part of our two part series on how to have a successful school year for both students (Part 1) and parents (Part 2).  We get a lot of phone calls from parents wanting to support their children in choosing the right education and career paths. […]


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What Can Career Counselling Do?

Career counselling with a Registered Psychologist or Career Coach is an excellent way to make career decisions and find a fulfilling career direction. The process of career counselling includes personality, interest and values assessments, and coaching sessions to ensure you find the right career path for you. All career counsellors at Calgary Career Counselling are Master’s- and Ph.D.-level Psychologists and Career Coaches with extensive experience helping people reach their full potential.

We’re a private organization offering fee-based services, but many extended health plans cover Registered Psychologists. Further, we regularly donate our time to helping those in need with career planning presentations and individual career counselling. Our current relationships include The Calgary Women’s Immigrant Association and Discovery House.

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