At Psychology Melbourne we know how important your career is to you - what is working and what is not, and what you would like to aim for. Psychology Melbourne provides specialised career services to assist with your career development. We provide a structured program that offers a tailored Career Assistance Package suited for your unique career aspirations.
Our Career Assistance Package uses psychometric testing and assessment and counselling that identifies your interests, personality and values and works towards achieving a more satisfying career path for you.
The Career Assistance Package aims at helping people who are experiencing some of the following:
The Career Assistance Package begins with an Online Assessment
The Online Assessment takes around 60 minutes to complete and may be taken within the comfort of your own home, or at Psychology Melbourne.
The assessment report will assess your personality and interests. Identifying your preferred vocation will be based on your interests and your personal values and qualities. A hard copy of the report will be made available to you.
The assessment report includes:
Standard Career Assistance package
The Standard Career Assistance Package includes three 50-minute sessions with a psychologist, who will provide tailored feedback based on your assessment report. The information obtained will assist you in outlining your career options that best match your aptitude, strengths and preferences.
Career packages will include:
Extended Career Assistance Package
This Extended Career Assistance Package includes all that is provided in the Standard Career Assistance Package, as well as an extra two 50-minute sessions with your psychologist to investigate detailed and specific aspects of career exploration, making a total of five sessions.
Further sessions are available on request.
Through our Career Assistance Package we aim to bring about initiating change along with:
"To be what we are and to become what we are capable of becoming is the only end of life."
—Henry David Thoreau (via Robert Louis Stevenson)