Career Counselors

Paul R. Blatchford

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Vocational Consultant Vocational Consulting and Evaluation Address 85 Audubon Drive Chestnut Hill MA 02467 Phone: (617) 244-5642 Fax: (617) 244-8113 Website: http://www.paulblatchford.com
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Consultation in preparation for depositions; analysis of spousal employment ability and earning capacity (for the unemployed and underemployed): labor market research; testifying at trial.

Edward A. Colozzi Ed.D

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Career Development and Counseling Services Address 175 Washington Street Suite C 12 Winchester MA 01890 Phone: (781) 721-1200 Website: Creating Careers with Confidence
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Complimentary initial phone consultation – provides career/life exploration and planning counseling and coaching including assisting clients to effectively manage the inevitable challenges that accompany major life transitions such as relationship issues, separation, divorce, and starting over. This includes stress management, relationship counseling, balancing work and family roles, vocational assessment, personality/work environment matching, decision making strategies, and self-confidence issues. Individual and group services; State licensed and nationally certified counselor with over 30 years experience including multicultural clients/settings; extensive experience with people in transition including divorce, and training of counselors nationally/internationally. Author of “Creating Careers With Confidence,” and numerous articles/book chapters on career development topics and discovering calling(s), values clarification, and the role of spirituality and wellness. NCDA Fellow, Master Career Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor and Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

Fran Davis Ph.D.

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Licensed Psychologist / Career Counselor Address 3 Woodridge Road Wayland MA 01778 Phone: (617) 492-9224 Fax: (508) 358-1199 Website: Fran Davis, Ph. D.
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Over the past 25 years in my work as a Psychologist and Career Counselor/Coach in private practice and at Harvard Business School, I have had the privilege of working with individuals, couples and families as they face the challenges of navigating their way to more fulfilling personal and professional lives. Divorce is certainly an experience which can create serious challenges in both personal and professional domains. While it may be hard to see this while trying to survive the “storm”, divorce (like many life crises) can also be a catalyst to pursue greater happiness in one’s life (i.e., “never let a crisis go to waste”). I would be happy to speak with you to see if I may be of help with your unique concerns.