A Process of Discovery
Episode 41 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with vocational therapist, Olga Rocha, PhD. Olga has devoted her life to helping others find their true path in their professional lives. In this first episode of 2020, hear her and host Tom Gentry discuss what led her to this vocation and how her work can help not only those looking for work or considering a career change, but anyone eager to learn more about themselves. She completed her doctoral studies in rehabilitation counseling with an emphasis on educational standards and employment outcomes. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and a Certified Forensic Mental Health Evaluator. To learn more about Olga and her work, visit vidavoc.com.
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