THRIVE IN YOUR CAREER
don't just survive in it.
You're diagnosed with depression and/or bipolar disorder, AND you deserve a fulfilling career.
Your life was meant to be lived, not just survived. You have a right to happiness and you are valuable. You have talents and gifts that are unique to you. Gifts and talents that the world values and needs. We can show you how to get the most out of your career while not sacrificing your happiness in the process. And we will help you figure out how to minimize the impact of your bipolar disorder at work while finding meaning in your career. Bipolar disorder does not define who you are. You have the right to THRIVE, and the right to define yourself.
take control of
Have the life and career of your dreams. Intertwine them so you no longer see them as different. Live every day with a sense of excitement, a sense of adventure.
Live like you are alive.
About 35 percent of human life is spent working. The average working week in the United States consists of 40 hours of work. Most people only take a few holidays every year. On average, most people spend about 25 to 30 years working.
With this much time of our lives dedicated to working, doesn't it make sense that if we want to be happy we choose work that fits our personal wants AND needs?
In Gallup's 2013 State of the American Workplace study, 70 percent of those who participated described themselves as “disengaged” from their work. Of over 150,000 people surveyed only 30 percent admitted they honestly enjoy their job and their bosses.
Yet there are people every day who are living their dreams and are happy at work. They have learned how to overcome obstacles, how to focus on goals and how to confront situations in a way that makes them feel fulfilled. But most importantly they have learned how to find work that fits them.
Let us help you find a work life that fits into your personal needs. Let us help you find satisfaction in your work, and to find work that doesn't feel like work. Let us help you find harmony and balance in both your career and your life.
Let us help you find fulfillment in your work - work that is in harmony with who you are.
Vincent van Gogh
Hans Christian Andersen
Edgar Allen Poe
Jean-Claude Van Damme