Career Counseling: Process, Issues, and Techniques
Provides a practical, theory-based approach to career counseling based on a holistic model of human growth and development. Career Counseling: Process, Issues, and Techniques illustrates how career counseling now, more than at any other time in our history, must be a dynamic, creative and highly individualized process. This revised edition gives greater attention to the concepts of spirituality, social class, and sexual orientation as they influence individuals career development. In addition, readers will find in-depth treatment of a variety of useful career counseling tools.
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A Life Career Perspective
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