SACRAMENTO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / June 6, 2022 / Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Jay Jasper is pleased to announce the launch of his blog on IndustryMinds.com. As a platform dedicated to industry-leading professionals, Jay is looking forward to sharing his experiences with an online community. Having spearheaded various initiatives to help cultivate positive change, his primary mission is to help individuals with disabilities obtain meaningful employment.
"I am currently a Senior Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, and I provide clients with the tools and resources needed to identify their long-term career goals. My goal is to help individuals make informed decisions about their future."
While Jay's career is highly rewarding, he also explains that it comes with its challenges. In a recent post titled "5 Important Things That Every Career Counselor Should Know," he takes the time to provide insight into his role as a professional. He states that above all, it's crucial to ensure that every counselor-client relationship is the right fit.
"As much as counselors would like to help everyone who comes to them for career counseling, this is not realistic. Counseling styles and personalities vary; therefore, the consumer must choose wisely. Similarly, career counselors can be selective about who they work with. It is okay to refer clients who are not a good fit to another counselor. Counselors want to ensure that they can give each client the quality and quantity of services that will result in a positive outcome."
Jay goes on to claim that once you correctly identify an individual's strengths and skill sets, you can start looking into potential career paths. Because there is no ‘one size fits all' approach, it is important to strategize a comprehensive plan of action.
"With extensive counseling experience I look forward to uploading regular content as it pertains to my profession and I hope that I can provide some helpful information for those interested in my area of expertise."
About Jay Jasper
Jay Jasper is a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor who helps members of his local community obtain meaningful employment. As an employee of the State of California, Jay works for the Department of Rehabilitation and enjoys helping people find positions that align with their interests and skillsets.
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