Fadely & Debrota Associates

Fadely & Debrota Associates
Fadely & Debrota Associates 3600 Woodview Trce
Indianapolis, IN 46268

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About Fadely & Debrota Associates

Fadely & Debrota Associates is a Career Counseling facility at 3600 Woodview Trce in Indianapolis, IN.
Primary Specialty

Career Counseling

Practice Fadely & Debrota Associates
Services Fadely & Debrota Associates offers Career Counseling at 3600 Woodview Trce, Indianapolis, IN 46268. Career Counselors can provide assistance with searching for a new job, finding the right career to fit personality and interests, or re-entering the workforce.

For more information, call Fadely & Debrota Associates at (317) 872-4472.
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Recent Reviews
Did you feel that this counselor was understanding?
Definitely
Were the waiting rooms private?
Absolutely, they had a private waiting area and a separate exit.
Did this counselor have an open, accepting attitude towards you?
Yes
Does this provider remember you by name?
No
Does this provider offer flexible appointment times?
Yes
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.135.71
Career counseling for teens was not a great experience for the money. Call the number, go through the phone tree and select that you want to be mailed the tests, give my credit card info to a machine over the phone, get charged $250, and they send a packet of tests. When the tests have been completed, call to make an appointment. And all went according to the process I was told.

1. I called in early January, 2012, and took the first available appointment—in late March. Unfortunately when I realized that I had a conflict, I called in late February to reschedule—for late May. Don't try to get this done in a hurry. 2. The 1/2 hour appointment is entirely based on the test results. (There is no allowing for the student who didn't know what many of the careers entailed when answering questions as to whether he/she would be satisfied working as X. For many high school seniors, their knowledge of professions is not much more developed than what they have regular contact with in life or on TV: teachers, police officers, politicians, firefighters, lawyers, doctors, nurses, and what their parents do. They have a vague idea if anything of what a microbiologist does, or an electrical engineer, or a court reporter. Much less a skills manager, a sommelier, or a neighborhood planner.) The appointment consists of the counselor reading off your results, essentially phrased as "your answers were not like those of people who are in the following professions," and then telling you what you shouldn't be. There was no discussion with the teen, no checking to see if there were any questions, or if any answers had changed since first completing the tests nearly 5 months prior.

The counselor ended the appointment by telling my teen to go to the college she'd selected (which he made a snarky remark about), pick a general major that could provide learning in many different areas (with the goal of getting a qualified major adviser early on), and after 2 years of general studies, select a major that appealed. As if I couldn't have given that information to the senior.
by dustbunnymom
XXX.XXX.129.163
Did you feel like this counselor genuinely listented to your perspective?
Yes! They listened intently and asked me questions after my explanation
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.238.171