I'm seeing a therapist. How will my work with you affect or be affected by that?
We've worked with many clients who were seeing a psychologist, therapist, or counselor. In fact, a number of our clients have been referred to us by their therapist. We will in no way interfere with the work you are doing with that professional. If anything, the work that we do together will arm you with some important insights that can only benefit your therapeutic engagement.
For the record, we are not psychologists, nor are we engaged in therapy. Our work is strictly confined to your career and life directions. Obviously, that overlaps significantly with work that psychologists, therapists, and counselors do.
If you are dealing with depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, or some other psychological condition that is impairing your ability to function, you'll have to decide whether our work with you would be a help or a distraction. Oftentimes it's a matter of timing. For example, if you are clinically depressed, we would recommend meeting with a professional to treat that condition before engaging with us. It's not that we can't help you. But when working on oneself, it's best to take matters one at a time.