Jonathan Moy

jmoy_photo-200x300 As a specialist career coach and careers advisor I strive to provide the highest standard of excellence and professionalism. This is backed by years of experience in clinical practice and non-clinical work in a variety of fields including medical doctor, psychiatrist, government official, IT professional and careers consultant. 

I initially started my career as a medical doctor in hospitals and clinics around NZ and Australia. I then spent a further 4 years working in psychiatry treating mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety and psychosis with standard medical treatments as well as psychotherapy modalities including cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), psychodynamic psychotherapy and transactional analysis.

At one stage, I spent a year employed as a government medical advisor at the Ministry of Health involved in the monitoring and regulation of the use of prescription medicines. At another time, I was involved with information systems administration at Victoria University.

I have published research in social psychology, conducted research in schizophrenia and in prevention of sudden infant death syndrome. I have also written and edited medical-related articles and continue to write on topics of careers, lifestyle and health.

At mid-life, I took a shift in career-direction to take some time out for professional studies in career development and moved my focus from working with ill people to assisting well people reach their full potential in career and life. Currently, I continue an interest in medicine and psychiatry but for purely lifestyle balance I now dedicate my time as a career counsellor and to family, writing and participating in regular charitable work.

Currently, I run Careerology, a career counselling clinic, in central Auckland. My clients range from school-leavers through to executives and professionals.

I am a Professional Member of the Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ), registered as a medical practitioner of good standing with the New Zealand Medical Council (NZMC) and a MBTI™ Certified Practitioner.

I was born and raised in New Zealand. I am 45 yrs old, married to another doctor and have 2 children. For more information see my careers advice website.

career coach

BSc (Psychology)
Grad Cert Career Development
MBTI® Certified Practitioner

Professional Memberships:
Registered Medical Practitioner (MCNZ)
Career Development Association of NZ (CDANZ)
NZ Association of Positive Psychology (NZAPP)


Name Jonathan Moy
Work Address 2 Woodbine Ave, Greenlane, Auckland 1051 (map)
Email address

Kaye Avery

KayeKaye is a skilled and experienced career management specialist and transition coach with a reputation for empowering people, stimulating self-insight and providing the practical skills and techniques for greater personal congruence in life and in work. Since establishing Career Management Specialists in 2007 Kaye has grown and developed the practice. Her extensive experience in the field includes career management coaching, professional development, career counselling, outplacement, coordinating support services for employees affected by restructuring and workshop delivery on all career and career management related topics. She understands the challenges that people face to integrate the complexities of life and work today.

“I believe that career development is about identity – who we are, what we want for our lives and careers and then developing practical strategies and steps to achieve that. My role is simply to help people find the clarity they need to move forwards and to empower confidence and the commitment to achieve their objectives.” Kaye Avery

Kaye often writes (or is interviewed for) articles in key magazines and newspapers on current career and job market trends. She has been interviewed on TVNZ’s Morning Report several times as a spokesperson for the Career Development Association of New Zealand, interviewed by Mark Sainsbury, Radio Live, and on RNZ; ‘Nine to Noon’ by Kathryn Ryan, and ‘Afternoons with Jim Mora’ by Jim Mora on topics of career/workforce issues and trends.

Being committed to on-going learning and development Kaye has an avid interest in psychology, sociology and the future of work. She has a Graduate Diploma in Career Development, is a Master NLP practitioner, has certificates in Advanced Supervision through NZAC, Enhanced Relationships Skills Training through the Imago Institute and is a Myers Briggs certified practitioner. She completed a research project in 2010 as part of the Masters in Career Development.

In 2014 and 2015 Kaye was President of the Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ) and became a Fellow member in 2016.  To be a Fellow member of CDANZ (FMCDANZ) a practitioner must have worked in careers for over 7 years and have made a contribution to the Career Industry. Like Professional members, Fellows are bound by a Code of Ethics which ensures that the practitioner is competent and works within an ethical framework. She is also a member of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ).


Grad Dip Career Development
Masters NLP
Certificate in Adult Teaching
Masters in Career Development Research paper

Professional Memberships:

CDANZ (Fellow Member)
Member of EEO Trust


Name Kaye Avery
Work Address College Hill Rd., Freemans Bay, Auckland
Email address
Tel mobile 021 474765
Website Career coach

Caroline Sandford

caroline10 I have been working in the career industry for over 18 years, both in New Zealand and Australia, supporting individuals to identify their career path or make changes in their direction, and providing them with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully make that next step.

I also have extensive experience in coaching individuals in job search, professional CV development and succeeding at the interview.

Clients include people from all walks of life covering students thinking about what they want to do once they finish school, graduates, job seekers, women returning to the paid workforce, and individuals in the corporate world reassessing their direction or facing redundancy. I am passionate about working with the individual and offering them a programme which is tailor-made to their requirements.

My belief is that we are all capable of achieving what we want and my role is to help break down the barriers (perceived or real) to ensure that each individual is given the opportunity to reach their goals.

My own career has included working in Human Resources in both the Finance and Engineering Industries. These roles coupled with my own personal journey including redundancy, returning to the paid workforce and establishing a career in a different country, has given me insight into the reality of how to:
– successfully tackle the job market
– effectively market yourself, and
– find those jobs which appear ‘hidden’

My roles in careers have included:
○ Operating my own Private Practice, Future Directions Ltd, and Career Clinic on the North Shore
○ Working as a Career Counsellor at Unitec
Lecturing on the Graduate Diploma in Career Development at AUT
○ Assisting Postgraduate Research Students with their career choices at Macquarie University in Sydney, developing a career development programme particular to their needs
○ Extensive experience contracting to Outplacement and Career Management Specialists supporting many individuals in their transition to the next stage in their career, often as a result of redundancy.




Masters in Industrial and Organisational Psychology (Hons.)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Graduate Certificate in Career Development
Qualified to administer Myers Briggs Type Indicator

Professional Memberships

Professional member of Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ).

Name Caroline Sandford
Work Address Devonport, Auckland
Web site
Facebook loveyourcareernz
Email address 
Tel mobile 0272879822

Judi Lubetzky

judiI am a Career Coach and Group Facilitator with twelve years experience helping individuals clarify career options and implement plans that will enable them to realize their potential in their work life,

My personal journey from Archaeology to Career Practice and my quest for career satisfaction has led to my belief that each one of us is capable of improving our career situation when we are actively engaged in using our natural talents in work that is both meaningful and rewarding.

In this age of uncertainty and competing needs, I work with clients to help them identify their “life defining stories” to enable them make those meaningful and rewarding career choices.

I have been a Career Consultant in tertiary education; at Crown Institute of Studies, University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology where I have run successful career management workshops.

I currently operate a private practice  and my clients include: school students and university graduates, women returning to the paid work force, individuals who are reassessing their options due to work place/role dissatisfaction and/or redundancy, immigrants  and  all individuals who wish to take the leap and explore meaningful career/life change.

As a career coach and facilitator I can help you to:

  • Conduct a proactive job search and  access  the “hidden job market”
  • Deepen  self knowledge and confidence to enable you to effectively market yourself to employers
  • Develop networks of people who are willing to assist you in your career
  • Write CVs that prepare you for an effective interview


Bachelor of Arts
Graduate Diploma in Career Development
Qualified to administer Myers Briggs Type Indicator
Certificate in Adult Tertiary Education

Professional Memberships

Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ)
New Zealand Association for Psychological Type (NZAPT)
Myers-Briggs type ENFP – Making a difference through insightful and creative ideas that encourage human development


Name Judi  Lubetzky
Work Address  Epsom, Auckland
Email address
Tel landline 09  6388866
Tel mobile 021 826767
Facebook Page
Linkedin Page

Janet Tuck

Janet-TuckI am a career consultant, mentor, and facilitator. I help people who want to make successful transitions in the workforce and improve their overall performance. I empower and equip individuals and teams for development and growth, and provide insight and a range of tools so clients focus on things that are truly important for their success.

I have always been interested in seeing people lead more effective and fulfilling lives. This led me into teaching in my early working life, then to working and leading in a variety of not-for-profit and community groups, to advising on board governance, and mentoring people in business and in young leader development programmes.

Working in New Zealand, Hong Kong, and China has enabled me to appreciate firsthand the challenges associated with cultural transitions, especially to and from Asian countries. I have completed a variety of qualifications to enrich the thinking and perspectives that I bring to my work with clients.


  • Customised Career Consulting: Clients learn how to take charge of their careers, and gain the knowledge and tools to move forwards with confidence. Advice and training will enable clients to market themselves effectively. This includes help in writing CVs, and preparation and training for job interviews.
    The process works equally well at any age or stage, because all work is tailored to fit specific requirements. It is particularly effective for those who want to explore new career options, manage an existing career, or for those who are facing unexpected change due to organisational restructuring.
    I also provide a series of practical, career focussed workshops for groups.
  • Behavioural Profiling: DISC is an ideal tool to help people understand their behavioural style, so is useful in both career exploration and in a work setting. As an accredited provider of DISC profiles, I work with managers, employees and teams, to help them understand about their own behavioural profile, and the impact this has on others, and then learn how to adapt communication and behaviour to be more effective.
  • Corporates:– Providing outplacement support.
  • Development Programmes and Workshops for business leaders, managers and teams. Partnering with Human Technology Specialists to provide initiatives focussed on improving human performance, building leadership capability, and team building to address real issues, and use proven methods to deliver genuine change and growth.
  • Mentoring: A structured, holistic, longer term programme offering the opportunity for significant professional and personal growth.
  • Keynote Speaking:  Entertaining, challenging, and informative presentations about being effective in the world of work, and in careers.





Master in Business Management
Bachelor of Education
Graduate Certificate in Career Development
Diploma of Teaching


Professional member of CDANZ
President of the Auckland Executive Club

Name Janet Tuck
Work Address North Shore, Auckland
Web site
Email address
LinkedIn profile
Tel landline (09) 638 9991
Tel mobile 021 526 387

Olga Bernstein

I am a Career Counsellor and group facilitator, with a special interest in people seeking career direction.  I am passionate about people making use of their natural talents and doing work which is meaningful to them. I understand and respect the fact that each person has their own dreams and aspirations and I work with these to assist people to find their own path. Consequently, my work with each client with is tailored to meet their needs, be that clarifying career direction, crafting an effective CV, assisting with job search strategy or coaching to increase confidence with interviews.

My own career journey started in Human Resources (HR). This experience has given me an understanding of job search from both ‘sides of the fence’ and I bring this knowledge and understanding to the work I do with my clients.

I then decided to combine my HR experience and studies in psychology and studied Career Counselling at AUT. Combining my experience as a migrant and job seeker with my knowledge from my studies, I created and facilitated groups for migrants, to provide support and share information on settlement and job search.

My approach is based on practical experience, as well as solid understanding of theory and practice.  I bring my personal experience of career change and migration, as well as the experiences and wisdom of the many people I have worked with and my continual formal learning as a Career  Counsellor.

 My special areas of interest include:

Group facilitation:

For me, groups have a special energy. They provide support, allow for sharing of ideas and also allow people to see that their problems are shared by others. I have worked with a wide range of groups, from migrants and refugees to school pupils and university students.

Individual career counselling:

I work with a wide range of individuals, from those returning to the workforce, to those wanting to find more satisfying work, to very long-term unemployed, to ACC clients.  I understand and respect the fact that each person has their own dreams and aspirations and I work with these to assist people to find their own path. Consequently, my work with each client with is tailored to meet their needs, be that clarifying career direction, crafting an effective CV, assisting with job search strategy or coaching to increase confidence with interviews.


Bachelor of Arts
BA Hons (Psychology)
Higher Diploma in Human Resources
Graduate Certificate in Career Development

Professional Membership:

Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ)

Name Olga Bernstein
Work Address North Shore, Auckland
Email address LinkedIn