Career Counseling: A Holistic Approach

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Cengage Learning, Jun 1, 2011 - Vocational guidance - 478 pages
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Equips students with an understanding of the theoretical models of career counseling and practical techniques on how to counsel clients about career issues. This title uses a holistic or 'whole person' approach, demonstrating how to consider values, temperament, talents, and passions when integrating career with personal counseling.
 

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I'll admit it, I skimmed the last 2 chapters. But I read a good 430 of the 500 pages of this book, it's being marked as read. This book...I feel that it could have been so much more for me. Maybe if I ... Read full review

Contents

Foundations and Resources
1
Career Counseling for Special Populations
199
Career Transitions and Adult Career Development Concerns
269
Career Counseling in Educational Settings
313
Chapter Summaries
373
Supplementary Learning Exercises
384
Chronology of the Counseling Movement
398
Table of Basic Assumptions Key Terms and Outcomes
402
The Decision Tree
411
Gender Issues and the Workplace Intervention Strategies
412
National Standards for School Counseling Programs and Suggested Student Competencies
415
National Career Development Guidelines httpwwwacrnetworkorgncdghtm
419
Counseling Websites
429
2009 CACREP Standards Related to Career Development
431
References
433
Name Index
469

Multicultural Career Counseling Checklist
406
Career Counseling Checklist
409

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