Helping to Restore Balance

Personally and Professionally

Josephine Byrnes-Luna
Registered Professional Counsellor & Mediator

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Careers

Choosing a career can be a challenge, however we should remember it is ok to change our minds throughout our lives. Sometimes it can take a few experiences to find what we are ‘truly’ wired for.

Every bit of experience we have in life over time will be helpful.

I would be more than happy to assist you with:

  • Identifying career directions
  • Making career decisions
  • Assisting with compiling resumes
  • Application development
  • Interview skills and techniques

There is an abundance of information and resources available to help us in the seeking of our careers. I look forward to working with you, both personally and professionally to add to your growth and development holistically over time.

Transitioning from school to studies and work

A common question many students and families ask me is: “Do I have to do my HSC?

The simple answer is actually “No!”

The notion that you must complete the HSC because it is the law and/or to have any chance in life is simply not correct. Students still have a legitimate choice!

The fact is the HSC is not suited for everyone. We are not all ‘wired’ the same, we are all born unique. Unique DNA, unique personalities, gifts and talents. Too often we are perhaps labelled or pushed under collective banners, acronyms, curriculum etc and this can be soul destroying which is so unnecessary.

There is more than one path to your future, career and studies. To find out more, please read my article.

I look forward to working with you further.

Josephine has a commitment to quality, an eye for detail and an unwavering passion for helping people reach their highest potential in circumstances they are facing. She focuses on strong communication and relationship building and ongoing professional development so she can assist in identifying the best solutions for organisations and clients. She has a great capacity for understanding people, their blockages to change, and tangible steps to move forward.

Marie Bonney

Hearts and Minds