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Career counseling assists people in finding the right career path for them. It includes discovering skills, honing in on specific interests and aptitudes, and researching meaningful ways for people to do the work that suits them best. If someone questions their career or work choices, a career counselor will administer tests, including inventories about personality, skills, and strengths. The therapist will then educate the client about career fields, industries, or companies that have jobs that align. They can then work with the person to develop specific skills for that job, such as effective communication, interpersonal skills, and time management.

Therapists Who Specialize in Career Counseling

Dr. Tom Marrs

College Station


I see adult individuals and couples, both face to face as well as virtually. I accept direct payment as well as Oscar Health, United Healthcare, Oxford, Aetna, Cigna, and BCBS (beginning October 2023). I have been in practice for 20 years, and have experience with a very wide range of issues.

Camille Mercado, LPC


New Jersey

Hablamos español / Do you want to be understood and understand yourself? Do you want to be heard or for someone to be empathetic to your situation and feelings? Do you want to learn how to manage your emotions and cope with daily life, family, relationships, work, kids, school, current issues, past issues, future issues, and such? We are here to guide you through your process as you find the pe...

Dr. Jennifer Burruel



Life can be demanding and stressful, even when things are going well. This is especially true for high achievers. High achievers have a great number of strengths that have helped them be successful. However, high achievers often struggle with stress, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, uneven work/life balance, role overload/conflict, and interpersonal relationship challenges. These struggles can…