Avra Davidoff comments on the current economic climate as it relates to the health care profession.
Michelle Cook describes how summer jobs can be significant for young teens.
Avra Davidoff discuses the struggles some face with an unplanned career change.
Michelle Cook gives advice for standing out when looking for a job in the tough economic climate.
Dr. Laura Hambley talks to Dev Ramcharan about her successes, the challenges she faced along the way, and advice for others considering multiple career endeavours.
Meghan Reid talks to News Talk 770 about the job market as a new graduate.
Meghan Reid talks to Dev Ramcharan about Career Counselling, and how choosing a career that is fulfilling and engaging is so important, as it affects every aspect of our lives.
Meghan Reid talks to Calgary News Talk 770 about adapting and finding new opportunities during the current economic downturn.
Michelle Cook shares her expertise and job interview tips.
Meghan Reid talks to CTV News about career counselling trends during the current economic downturn.
Dr. Laura Hambley of Calgary Career Counselling says sharing stories is an important part of coming to terms with major life changes like unemployment
Dr. Laura Hambley, co-founder of Calgary Career Counselling, offers these tips for those who have lost their jobs
Avra Davidoff says through volunteering, job seekers may gain skills or experience that can bridge them to their next position
Meghan Reid weighs in on career counselling as unemployment rates rise
Dr. Laura Hambley comments on the growing trend of “Workaholism”
Avra Davidoff speaks to why the fear of failure pervades our society
Avra Davidoff talking on AM 770 about career regret
Avra Davidoff talks about the impact of maternity leave on the career development of women
Tom O’Neill, Laura’s research partner, comments on their research, and why it will help employers decide which employees can or should work from home
Dr. Tom O’Neill, Dr. Laura’s research partner, comments on their research, and which traits make some home-based employees more likely to stray on the Internet
Dr. Laura comments on the importance of separating work and life
Dr. Tom O’Neill, Dr. Laura’s research partner, explains why certain personality traits can lead some individuals to “cyberslack”
Dr. Laura discuses why Alberta companies are below the national average for offering telecommuniting opportunities to their employees, but have shown recent growth
With the June floods and abnormally cold winter, Dr. Laura explains why companies would be smart to consider allowing flexible work opportunities to their employees to keep productivity up
Avra speaks about how to help expectant mothers prepare for the impact of maternity leave on their life and career
Avra gives tips and strategies for re-careering and returning to the workplace after maternity leave
Dr. Laura explains how people from a variety of different generations in the same workplace can work, communicate, and collaborate effectively together
Dr. Laura Hambley receives recognition from Distinctive Women and discusses the importance of finding fulfillment and enjoyment in your work
Dr. Laura & Michelle advise job-hunters to start their job search in the summer, when there is a boost in employment prospects given fall hiring increases
Joel Wilkinson discusses some of the most persistent myths and mistakes regarding career planning
Dr. Laura highlights the benefits of offering flexible and remote working opportunities in light of Calgary’s flood crisis
Dr. Laura brings the benefits of having employees well practised and equipped to work from home or telework to the forefront given the summer floods in Calgary
Michelle comments on the surge in Alberta applicants that University officials in Saskatchewan say they are seeing due to recent program suspensions at post-secondary institutions in Alberta
Registered Psychologist Avra Davidoff discusses the pros and cons of taking a gap year between high school and post-secondary
Dr. Laura explains why Alberta companies are the most likely in Canada to offer their workers the opportunity to telecommute, an option that can help employees achieve great work-life balance
Dr. Laura explains why choosing your career based on employment rates and trends may not be as career-smart as following your heart
Dr. Laura offers teleworking tips and recommendations in order to help people make the difficult mental shift of “work being an activity, not a place”
Dr. Laura Hambley and Emma Geoghegan offer suggestions on how both employees and employers can deal with the seemingly unavoidable stresses of the holiday season
Dr. Laura Hambley presents on The Psychology of WORKshift, in conjunction with the Career Development Association of Alberta at the Central Library
While rig work can be appealing, Laura explores some of the possible negative impacts that should be considered by young Albertans before deciding on an oil career
Emma Geoghegan presents Personality Types: Understand, Connect and Work Better at the Crowfoot Library
Dr. Laura & Emma discuss why career counsellors are a great source of support in helping clients make sensible career choices
Dr. Laura and Robyn Bews talk about the emergence of telework and Workshift out of real estate crunch
Dr. Laura discusses recommended do’s and don’ts of resumes and cover letters for students applying to summer jobs
Laura takes a look at the post-grad period and the issues of career, travel, home and family that follow
The importance of enjoying what you do, rather than just being good at it, is discussed by Dr. Laura in this article about career satisfaction
Dr. Laura Hambley discusses the importance and value of offering teleworking opportunities to employees, despite reservations expressed by other organizations
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.
Calgary Career Counselling Office: Suite 305 - 1167 Kensington CR NW Calgary, Alberta T2N 1X7 (403) 261-5085