During her first career as a school teacher and after completing a Masters of Arts in Child Studies at Concordia in 2008, Jabouin felt a tug in her heart to return to her first love, psychology. She decided to return to school in 2010 to complete her Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology at McGill University. With a strong interest in career development and a passion for existentialism, once she completed her studies, she ventured into the field of career counselling with the mission to help her clients find a job they truly loved.
After working in the field and helping professionals, alumni and students successfully find jobs as a career counsellor and advisor for CareerJoy, the University of Ottawa and McGill University, Jabouin decided to launch her private career coaching practice and became The Dream Job Catcher.
Through her own journey defining her purpose and living a life she loves, she developed the My Map to Happiness™ Method — a unique five-part holistic self-discovery program to help people define and find their dream job. Jabouin helps others gain the clarity they need to define what their heart truly desires — their dream job — and guides them to take the necessary steps to make it become a reality.
Jabouin shares this method by offering the workshop — Define YOU, Define YOUR Purpose — nationally and internationally and as part of her coaching program.
To learn more about Jabouin's coaching process and how to find your dream job, listen to the Podcast Interview - Episode 21 - Map to Happiness or connect with her at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.mymaptohappiness.com.