Teena Evert is a catalyst for change, transforms struggles into strengths, and designs strategies that are future-oriented, holistic and solution focused to maximize sustainable success. Teena delivers career coaching for college students, recent graduates, and people interested in a career transition, career advancement or pre-retirees who are exploring work after a traditional career.
“When I was in high school and college, I didn’t have any career guidance, nor did I have anyone in my life asking me powerful questions to help me discover, develop and design a life and career path that I desired.
Throughout these formative years, I was truly lost. Fortunately, because I am naturally curious, creative and have a love for learning, I invested in myself and tried a lot of new things.
The downside was that I wasted a lot of time and valuable resources making poor decisions along my career path. If I would have had someone to engage with and trusted to challenge and guide me, I would have been much more proactive, confident, clear and conscious in my career choices.
Out of my experience of not having this powerful person in my life, I am super passionate about helping people identify WHO they are by exploring their natural character strengths, values, interests and unique skill sets, so that they can discover, develop and define WHAT they want to do, whether they are just starting out or looking for a mid-career or midlife change.
As a licensed mental health profession for over 15 years, I have experience working therapeutically with anxiety, depression, overwhelm, chronic stress and grief that comes with job loss, life/career transitions. As a career-centered life coach, I help my clients get unstuck, recover from job burnout, and identify solutions to their barriers, so that they can move forward fearlessly into a bright future of their own design.
I believe we all need guidance to help us unlock our possibilities and gain valuable knowledge about what our career options are. I believe that not only is it essential to access our natural talents, it’s also important to understand our challenges and identify blind spots, so that we can continue to grow and evolve personally and professionally.
My client’s will frequently tell me, “You nailed it when you said ___.”
I am known for my keen insight that assists clients in the process of unlocking their possibilities to find a career that they can love for life. “