Career Counseling: Process, Issues, and Techniques

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Allyn and Bacon, 2003 - Education - 382 pages
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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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Dr. Mary Heppner is an Associate Professor of Education in the Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her research interests include women's career development, career transitions, multicultural issues in therapy, rape prevention, teaching enhancement, and training issues. She also teaches a course in scientific writing that served as the inspiration for WRITING AND PUBLISHING YOUR THESIS, DISSERTATION, AND RESEARCH: A GUIDE FOR THE HELPING PROFESSIONS STUDENT. Mary has received numerous awards, including the John Holland Award for Research in Career Development, the Kemper Award for Outstanding Teaching, and the Early Scientist-Practitioner Award. She also received a Fulbright Fellowship to Taiwan. She is the author of over 70 articles, book chapters and books.

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