Career Counseling

careercounselingReady for a job search?
Thinking about a career change?
Considering going back to school?
Preparing to graduate?

Clients approach me for many reason, but they often have a few things in common. They want their careers to work for them, and they think that some support can help.

Career counseling can be a great resource throughout your career. Together, I can help you define your personal goals, make decisions, prepare for your next step, and move forward. This can be especially helpful when you launch your career, make a career change, re-enter the workforce, or prepare for a job search. Career assessments may also offer insights to help you move forward. I offer administration and interpretation of such tools as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument and the Strong Interest Inventory®.

Having worked in private practice since 2002, I meet with clients ranging in age from experienced professionals in their 30s, 40s and 50s to students and recent college graduates. I have assisted those in careers as varied as education, politics, the media, finance, entrepreneurial paths, medicine, not-for-profit, and the arts. I provide career counseling and career testing by appointment in New York, with offices in Long Island and Manhattan, and also via distance counseling.

Francine Fabricant, MA, EdM helps people rethink their opportunities and build careers that are personally meaningful and rewarding. Lead author of Creating Career Success, Francine is a lecturer at Hofstra University Continuing Education and has also worked at Columbia University’s Center for Career Education and FIT’s Career Services. She holds degrees from Barnard College and Teachers College, Columbia University and is a frequent speaker on career topics.


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