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Mentorship Services



What is Mentorship

The word Mentor means an experienced and trusted adviser. Mentorship is a relationship in which a more experienced or knowledgeable person helps guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person. The Mentor may be older or younger than the person being mentored, but they must have a certain area of expertise.  [1] It is a learning and development partnership between someone with vast experience and someone who wants to learn. [1] Interaction with an expert may also be necessary to gain proficiency with/in cultural tools.[2] Mentorship experience and relationship structure affect the “amount of psychosocial support, career guidance, role modeling, and communication that occurs in the mentoring relationships in which the protégés and mentors engaged.” [3] 

Utilizing a Mentor

A psychotherapist receives formal training, supervised fieldwork, and is trained to identify core issues. Equipping yourself with a mentor is a quick way to uncover obstacles preventing you from your heart’s desires – happy feelings, career success, healthy habits, personal growth, personal successes, and improved relationships. A mentor can help free you from nagging questions or doubts so you can work on more productive matters. A mentor is a solution-focused team player.

Mentorship is a relationship in which an outside person (Mentor) who is either more experienced, more knowledgeable, or unbiased helps individuals navigate many different situations. Age is not a basis for or against being mentored. Individuals of all ages can benefit from a second opinion, so to speak.

There are many advantages associated with having a trusted Mentor.  Mentoring provides a brain to pick, an ear to listen, or even a nudge in the right direction. A mentor can open your mind to new ideas and possibilities, identify opportunities, and advise how to improve yourself or situations. 

  • Mentors Motivate
  • Mentors help fine-tune
  • Mentors help transform your vision
  • Mentors Challenge
  • Mentors push you to go farther
  • Mentors protect from missteps
  • Mentors Advise
  • Mentors share life lessons
  • Mentors provide accountability


Shouldn’t you have a Mentor?

Shouldn’t your college student have a local trusted Mentor?

Shouldn’t young adults and teenagers have the support of a Mentor?

Shouldn’t someone contemplating a career change obtain a second opinion Mentor?

Shouldn’t someone, filled with self-doubt reach out to a Mentor?


{a mentor is someone who allows you to see the “higher part of yourself when sometimes it becomes hidden to your own view.” Oprah Winfrey}

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Who could benefit from Mentorship:






Young Adults Transitioning into Adulthood




High School Students Preparing for College


New College Students


New College Graduates


Career Path Changes




Young Mothers and Fathers


Unwed Mother and Fathers



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