Career counselling is used to support an individual with choosing, changing, or leaving a career. It can be done at any stage in life. It is particularly useful when done for students in school or colleges, as it will help in selecting the right stream. Career counselling includes career exploration, making career choices, managing career changes, lifelong career development and dealing with other career related issues. Assessment tools used in career counseling to help clients make realistic career decisions are interest inventories, personality inventories, and aptitude tests. Our professional Career counselors work with people seeking to explore career options and support them with career-related challenges. Through their expertise in career development and labor markets, they can put a person's qualifications, experience, strengths and weakness in a broad perspective while also considering their desired salary, personal hobbies and interests, location, job market and educational possibilities. Some of them are- Relaxation training, systematic desensitization, virtual reality exposure, exposure and response prevention techniques, social skills training, modeling, behavioural rehearsal and homework, and aversion therapy.