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As a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Vocational you help people with disabilities live fuller and more independent lives by assisting them in securing gainful employment. Your clients may have physical disabilities and injuries, mental illness, psychological disorders or substance abuse problems. You often work directly with clients as well as their families, doctors, speech therapists, physical therapists, psychologists, and other service providers in order to optimize a client’s readiness for work. As a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor you recognize that employment helps boost the self-esteem of those with physical and mental impairments, and helps them to play a greater role in their own care. You help your clients achieve their goals and arrange training, therapy, job skills, and support systems that lead to success.
Skills you posses as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor are communication and problem-solving skills, empathy and the desire to help people fulfill their goals. You have amazing listening skills, compassion, and patience while working with your clients. A knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act is vital for serving as clients’ primary advocate.
Practice, practice, practice. As a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, one of your duties is to conduct interviews, so you need to impress! Have a story handy of your most challenging client that you were able to secure employment for. Be sure to have the Americans with Disabilities Act details in your back pocket as this is your guide for assisting you clients.