During the teen and young adult years, it is normal to feel overwhelmed and under a lot of pressure as there are many decisions that need to be faced.
Career Coaching for youth enables each person to discover who they are, what they really want to do and where they want to go. The sessions provide an opportunity for young people to take responsibility and make wise decisions.
Type of topics covered:
- Finding a career path that excites you and is a good fit
- Uncovering your strengths and key skills
- Setting and breaking down goals into manageable sections
- Recognising potential and how to work towards it
- Identifying core values – what is most important to you
- Choosing and applying for jobs or work-experience
- Importance of finding experiences that can go on your CV
Each young person Jenny Butter coaches is treated as an individual. They are listened to confidentially, are heard, and are never told what to do. Every client decides on what they want to focus on during each session. While some youth clients will feel the need for a coach to walk alongside them for a few months, others may only need a couple of sessions to deal with a particular issue.
Youth coaching is for people up to the age of 21 or those who are still in full-time education.
“Coaching has enabled me to become more disciplined so I can achieve what I want in life. Jenny coaches me in an amazing way. When we discuss something I want to achieve, she asks ME how I think I could move forward and that is good because no-one knows me better than myself. I know that what I will do will actually help me, really recommend her!” Katherine Le Page.
Jenny talks to all clients first to see if it is a good fit. It is important that you choose a coach who you feel you can trust and build a good rapport with.
Jenny Butter at Epiphany Life Coaching is an Accredited Senior Coach and is DBS checked. Sessions take place online or face to face. To find out more, go to Coaching Session Information. To have a free no obligation chat or to book sessions, contact Jenny Butter.