To Change Your Career or Not -- An Interactive Discussion on Planning a Career Change
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Have you had moments in your career when you loved what you were doing? You were gratified and enjoyed going to work each day ... maybe it didn’t even seem like work? Have you lost that feeling? Or, have you not had that experience at all?
Are you in an industry that's really been hit by the downturn and are not sure what to do next?
Are you considering making a career change but are not entirely sure what you should do?
Have you been stymied in your career search, but uncertain as to whether you need help and, if so, what kind?
If any of these questions are on your mind, and you would like to better understand your options, identify your unique skills and interests and address obstacles that may be preventing you from achieving your career goals, then this seminar is for you.
Join us for a candid and interactive discussion with Dr. Lynn Friedman - a clinical psychologist who specializes in Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis and Career Coaching. – and Mary Somers, a Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School Admissions Officer and Career Coach.
In this seminar, you will examine three steps to creating your ideal work-life plan:
1. Envisioning your work-life goals
2. Developing a plan for pursuing them
3. Overcoming obstacles that might get in the way
About the speakers:
Lynn Friedman, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst who practices by the Friendship Heights metro in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Her special expertise is in work-life (career) and relationships. For those wishing to work with her, individually, she can be reached at 301-656-9650. Dr. Friedman's work-life columns can be found on the Washington Post interactive site and on her own website.
Mary Somers, MS, NCC, is a career coach in private practice and an admissions officer at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. She works with early and mid-career professionals facing career transitions.
About the Ticket Supplier: Professionals in the City
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