Career counselling is for everyone!
We all experience change—in the world around us and within ourselves—and any kind of change can cause us to question our place in the world. If you have questions about where you are heading and what it is you really want to be doing with your life, you may benefit from speaking to a Career Counsellor.
Stacy offers relevant, evidence-based and impactful interventions according to your needs and contexts.
Toowoomba based and Online Services
CAREER COUNSELLING AT MAGNOLIA HOUSE
For appointments, contact Magnolia House reception in business hours on (07) 4639 3367
I am a Career Counsellor and Career Educator based in Toowoomba, Queensland. For the past eighteen years, I have had the great privilege of working with individuals and groups to help them make sense of who they are and what they want to do.
Career counselling is for everyone - from school students to retirees. The term career includes all the experiences you have undertaken throughout your life. Outside of education, training and paid or unpaid work, it also includes your family and life roles, activities, volunteer work, community involvement and more. My youngest client is 13. She is learning how to make decisions and building her self efficacy. My oldest client is in his 90s. While he no longer participates in paid work, he is keen to continue to engage in meaningful activities and experiences.
In my practice, I seek to use relevant, evidence-based and impactful interventions appropriate to your needs and contexts. I strive to promote feelings of competence and self-worth, and I respect that you are the expert in your own life.
Stacy has been a passionate driver and supporter of Career education for our boys since 2006. She is well known in the region for leading career development and strategies to assist students. For our school, Stacy has always gone to great lengths to support our boys and their parents when considering the various pathways for boys beyond school. Stacy has led the careers department to develop great opportunities and connections for boys when it comes to Work Experience, TAFE and School Based Apprenticeships, while supporting boys in their preparation and applications towards colleges and universities. Stacy has especially supported boys in the rigorous preparations for medical degrees.
Her time and passion devoted to developing the careers of boys over the years has been truly valued.
Mr. John Anderson, Deputy Headmaster, Toowoomba Grammar School.