Balancing Act – for moms

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Special Offer: Career Counseling for Moms: 20% off for the first 5 moms to Email Kim@balancingactformoms.com

Balancing Act for Moms provides career counseling and assessment to mothers who want to change careers or balance work and family life. If you want more time, flexibility, control and fulfillment, with less stress and boredom, Balancing Act for Moms is a great resource for you.

Career women and stay at home moms, learn how to take the realities of your life into account without losing sight of your personal and professional goals and identity. This is career counseling for moms, provided by another mom who has the knowledge and compassion to help you get more of what you want, need, and deserve!

Kim Bartels is passionate about helping people with their personal and professional development. In particular, she helps women negotiate the many twists and turns in their careers and relationships once they become parents.

She has worked for over 15 years in business and educational settings as a Career Counselor, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Talent Assessment Consultant, and Executive Coach. Her areas of expertise include career counseling; assessment of interests, skills and values; women’s issues; and executive coaching for business leaders.

Kim earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia and her B.S. degree in Psychology at Iowa State University. She lives in the Twin Cities, MN, with her husband and two children.

Kim believes that many women value having a strong professional identity. In addition, she understands the joys and demands of becoming a parent. After becoming a mother, Kim reduced her work hours to part-time and learned firsthand what it takes to keep things running smoothly without feeling like you have short-changed one or both sides of the career/family equation. She then founded Balancing Act for Moms with this important mission: Helping mothers with a strong professional identity achieve work/life balance.

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