I have particular expertise in interpreting The Highlands Ability Battery, having used this instrument for nearly 30 years, and preferring it over all other assessments. While the information is not always new to my clients, having confirmation of problem solving capacity, communication abilities, strengths and weaknesses can be most helpful in the career exploration process, no matter what one’s age or stage of career. I am skilled in helping professionals apply information from the Battery to workplace situations and work more effectively and efficiently from a strength orientation.
In addition to my private practice, currently I work part time as a Career Specialist at Georgia Tech in Career Services, seeing undergraduate students who struggle with choice of major and choice of career following graduation. My long tenure in abilities assessment and work with more seasoned adults very much informs my work with students, helping them look to the bigger vision of what they want for themselves.
Almost every adult client with whom I have worked has identified values conflicts as the primary reason motivating his or her change:
I am fascinated with the creative process and apply that broadly to the solving of problems in every environment imaginable. My role is to help you situate yourself where your own creativity can contribute the most. When our creative juices are flowing we are much happier and fulfilled in our lives. We create joy for ourselves and those around us can enjoy also.