Dr. Groves leverages her expertise in human behavior and motivation when consulting with individuals, organizations, and teams. Her approach is positive, realistic, practical, and strengths-based.
For a sneak peek at some of her social science research projects, check out the Research page.
Are you searching for meaning and purpose in your career? Are you restless and ready for a change? Do you have pressure from supervisors to modify your interaction style at work? Is there a high turnover rate or employee disengagement because of a problematic work culture? Is transitioning into a new field more difficult than you expected? Do you dream of starting your own business? Are you planning to retire but don't want to be bored?
As a career coach, Dr. Groves believes you don't have to figure out what you'll do for the rest of your life - just what you'll do NEXT. She advises clients using customized interventions, not canned curriculums.
Planners for conferences, retreats, conventions, meetings, and training events can contact Dr. Groves for speaking engagements. She is a lively, engaging speaker who has taught at colleges and universities and has spoken to small and large audiences including corporations, professional associations, trade groups, government agencies, nonprofits, courts, churches, schools, and community groups. She creates tailored presentations on career issues and people management in the workplace. Topics include communication skills, motivational management, resilience during seasons of change, career development, and team cohesion.
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Mental health issues increase among young people. Theravive, June 28, 2019:
Helping families cope with cancer. December 2018, Counseling Today (the magazine of the American Counseling Association): https://ct.counseling.org/2018/11/helping-families-cope-with-cancer/
Counseling for grief and loss: Walking with clients through their final days. November 2016, Counseling Today:
Scaling Client Walls: Resistance. January 2015, Counseling Today:
Two sections in the book Group Work Experts Share Their Favorite Activities for the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders. 2015, American Counseling Association.
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