Change Can be Exciting

But Sometimes, It’s Helpful to Talk Through These Changes

Kick Stress About Your Future to the Curb

Develop Helpful Strategies to Help you Succeed in the Career World

Starting university or a new career might be the best thing you’ll ever do.  It might be the most fun time of your life – but it might also be one of the most difficult.

You might find yourself stressing out about social troubles, relationships, healthy living, and scoring top marks — while simultaneously trying to discover who you are and what you want to do after university! All that is enough to stress out even the calmest of people.

However, it’s important to remember that feeling this way is completely normal.  We’ve been there ourselves, so we know how it feels.

“Together, we’ll work through these decisions together – and look at options that match your strengths  ambitions, values and lifestyle in our current Edmonton, Alberta economy.  We will also talk about how you can develop tools to keep stress at bay and stay happy during this process.”

You’ll learn how to evaluate all the options, create achievable goals and make tough choices calmly and wisely.

It can be difficult to express your plans and thoughts to your family and friends, especially when it seems like no one understands.  We’ll listen to you without judging, and we’ll work together to help you create a plan, and enjoy this time in your life.

Work Hard…Stress Harder?

Having Trouble Acclimatizing to the Workplace?

You might be working in the office of your dreams, or you might dread getting up and going to work every day.  Most likely, however, you’re somewhere in between.  If you feel about your job, remember it can be tough to transition into the working adult world. Being employed is a lot different than being in school, and you may be finding it difficult to understand how to navigate the workforce in a way that feels good to you and meets your supervisor’s expectations. I can help you figure out how to do this.

You might be struggling with difficult coworkers, a demanding boss, excessively long days, or just plain stress. You might want to quit, burst into tears, slack off, or do all of the above. Being professional is not always easy. But if you feel this way, start by taking a deep breath.

“You’ve come to the right place.  We can teach you how to handle tense relationships, get paid what you’re worth, and clearly outline your expectations in the workplace.”

Having someone to confide in will help you enjoy work more, and feel more competent as a professional.

“Adulting” is Tough

How Can I Handle Responsibility Without Being Miserable?

It can be challenging to keep both feet on the ground when it feels like everything and everyone around you is evolving fast.

Maintaining a budget, paying rent, becoming and staying employed, and making friends as a young adult are all tough tasks. They’re things that everybody struggles with. Some people can start to feel depressed or anxious when things get overwhelming. But try to stay away from negativity.

“We’ll show you how to use your instincts and integrity to make ‘adulting’ easier. You’re much more capable than you might know.”

Negative thinking can preclude growth, change, and self-care.

In our cozy Edmonton office space, young adults can take comfort and open up in a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment. We’ll help you learn how to take care of yourself and get out of your own way.

Mom, I’m a Big Kid Now

Leaving the Nest

Do your parents still treat you like a little kid? Are you wrestling with gaining independence while still maintaining relationships with your family? Do you feel ‘stuck’ between life stages? Is it hard to convince people to see you as a grown-up?

If any of these questions resonate with you, you’re not alone. Most people struggle with these things as they navigate that sticky space between adolescence and full-on adulthood.

“We’ve helped lots of young adults with these issues, and we would love to help you improve your relationship with your parents and help you get the respect and independence you’re looking for.”

We’ll help you assert yourself, ask for what you want, set your own limits, and improve your communication with the people who care about you.

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