“If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion, for your passion will lead you right into your purpose” – Bishop T.D. Jakes

Choosing subjects at school can be a daunting and overwhelming process, as can choosing or changing careers, regardless of age. A subject- or career-choice assessment involves an assessment of personality, interests, values, and aptitudes. Traditionally, these assessments were quantitative in nature and involved the individual completing a series of questionnaires. As a practice, we hold the premise that career choice is intricately linked to identity development. As a result, our subject- and career-guidance incorporates the individual’s subjective experiences and perceptions of the self and work into the career guidance process. This allows us to work with the individual and to support them in choosing subjects or a career that best fits their personality, strengths, and interests.

The career guidance process is useful in identifying personal strengths and areas for growth, increasing one’s self-knowledge, exploring various career options, and developing a personal career plan.

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