Career Counseling

Foundations, Perspectives, and Applications

Author: David Capuzzi

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 592

View: 904

This text provides the beginning counseling student with a comprehensive overview and discussion of the practical application of career counseling skills. Based on the view that counselors must be prepared in a holisitic manner, it covers the historical and theoretical foundations of career counseling, the skills and techniques needed for career counseling, and contextual perspectives on career and lifestyle planning. Important material that is often overlooked in introductory texts is included, such as career and lifestyle planning with clients in mental health, rehabilitation, and couples and family counseling settings; gender issues; and working with LGBT and minority clients. Throughout the text, case studies, informational sidebars, and experiential activities make for a more engaging learning experience and encourage additional contemplation of chapter content. This new edition features new, updated, and expanded content throughout; the division of career counseling in schools into separate chapters for K-8th grade, high school, and college, including traditional, hybrid, and online campuses; and an online instructor’s manual with student resources, offering material to enhance the pedagogical features of the text.

Career Development and Counseling

Putting Theory and Research to Work

Author: Steven D. Brown

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 696

View: 605

Career Counseling

Author: Mark Savickas

Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 186

View: 937

From the publisher. APA offers the Theories of Psychotherapy Series as a focused resource for understanding the major theoretical models practiced by psychotherapists today. Each book presents a concentrated review of the history, key concepts, and application of a particular theoretical approach to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of clients. The series emphasizes solid theory and evidence-based practice, illustrated with rich case examples featuring diverse clients. Practitioners and students will look to these books as jewels of information and inspiration.

Career Counseling

A Holistic Approach

Author: Vernon G. Zunker

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN:

Category: Vocational guidance

Page: 478

View: 315

Providing the most current, comprehensive coverage available, CAREER COUNSELING: A HOLISTIC APPROACH, International Edition equips readers with a solid understanding of the theoretical models of career counseling as well as practical techniques on how to effectively counsel clients. The text's innovative holistic or "whole person" approach demonstrates how to consider a client's values, temperament, talents, and passions when trying to determine his or her best career fit. Thoroughly revised and updated, the cutting-edge new Eighth Edition includes all-new chapters on integrating career and personal counseling, job loss and transitions, adult career development, and career-related programs in middle schools. In addition, diversity issues are integrated throughout, while relevant case studies bring chapter concepts to life.

Career Counseling

Process, Issues, and Techniques

Author: Norman C. Gysbers

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 382

View: 920

Outlining an approach to career counseling and a holistic model of human development, this book focuses on contextual issues like race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and social class. While basing its prescriptions on theoretical concerns, the book outlines practical techniques.

Career Counseling

Foundations, Perspectives, and Applications

Author: Dave Capuzzi

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 510

View: 979

And you were told it was only a theory? Learn what was really taught.The Adam-God doctrine, first clearly declared by Brigham Young, met with stiff opposition by both Saint and sinner. Eventually in the 1860s, he significantly retreated from his profounder teachings, to teaching the basic understandings of the Gospel. But then in the 1870s President Young again publicly revived the higher concepts of his revelation, as he declared it was (see chapter 116:5 for example). This book has 508 pages, with 182 chapters, each chapter a reference from a source of reliable texts. Each chapter has been further divided into verses, in order that the student or reader may cross reference his studies. The latter part of the book is divided into three approaches or theories that are supported today, for consideration. Also included in the book: a map of the universe gleaned from the Book of Abraham.This book strives to be objective by citing excerpts from Church leaders regardless of their positions on this subject. The Adam-God doctrine is not simply cited here alone, but it is seated into other related teachings of the day: decomposition, polygamy, plurality of gods, and so on. In this manner, it is hoped that the reader will appreciate the Adam-God teachings as part of a greater vision of eternity by an extraordinary man of God, and not an aberrant misgiving of a prophet gone awry. The Adam-God Revelation is the first of at least two volumes in a set called the Journal of References. (The second volume planned will be on a related topic regarding Eternity.)

Essential Elements of Career Counseling

Processes and Techniques

Author: Norman E. Amundson

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 167

View: 807

For Career Counseling courses in Counseling or Psychology departments, or Career Development courses. Organized around the competencies required by the National Career Development Association, this concise, practical text examines the process of career counseling and techniques for helping clients make appropriate occupational decisions. The authors take a holistic, lifespan approach to their subject, defining career counseling as the process by which a counselor works collaboratively with clients/students to help them clarify, specify, implement, and adjust to work-related situations, challenges, and changes. Such targeted coverage makes this volume ideal as a stand-alone text for a course that does not address underlying career counseling theories, or a valuable supplement to a comprehensive text.

Developmental Career Counseling and Assessment

Author: Linda Seligman

Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 571

View: 799

Using a developmental approach, this volume integrates the career counselling process into the life span, ranging from early childhood through to older adulthood. The stages explored include: years of identification and differentiation; years of growth and searching; and years of compromise and commitment to a lifestyle.

Career Counseling for African Americans

Author: W. Bruce Walsh

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 216

View: 761

This book is the first edited volume devoted exclusively to career counseling with African Americans. African Americans are now at parity with the graduation rates of White Americans, yet disparities in employment continue to abound. At the same time the job market is changing and in need of more highly qualified workers, society must begin to understand the career and employment needs of Black Americans if it is to more effectively utilize this available market resource. Recent data indicates that stronger economies have a competitive edge if they have a more diverse workforce. More effective career counseling must be provided for African Americans so that they can become more thoroughly integrated in the world of work, thus creating stronger economies for society and more satisfying and challenging lives for this segment of the United States. Career Counselors need to be trained to effectively interact with African Americans. This volume begins to shed more light on just how to do that. This book presents nine significant topics focusing on career counseling for African Americans: *basic issues and concepts; *career assessment; *career counseling with African Americans; *career counseling with dual career African American couples; *career transition issues; *affirmative career counseling with African American women; *career counseling in non-traditional career fields; *the impact of the glass ceiling on the career development of African Americans; and *future directions in career counseling theory, research, and practice with African Americans.

Career Counseling

Author: Sushil Kumar Srivastava

Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist

ISBN:

Category: Career development

Page: 327

View: 172

Career Counseling And Guiding Is A Very Important And Contemporary Topic. This Book Encompasses All Aspects Of Career Planning And Development As These Are Ongoing Aspects At Different Phases/Periods Of One S Life. The Book Concentrates On Practicalities With Reference To Indian Scenario, Starting From Beginner S Viewpoint And Extending To Mid-Career And Career Change Aspects. It Explains All Different Steps/Levels Of Career Counseling. It Gives Detailed Insight Of Various Types Of Résumés And Interviews And Exhibits Near Real Life Résumés And Interview Questions. For Beginners, It Illustrates Various Career Options Available At All Educational Levels And Institutions And Competitions Needed For Those. It Also Shows Work/Job Openings For Different Education/Experience Levels. In Short, The Book Ideally Serves The Purpose Of A Professional Career Counselor.

Career Counseling

Contemporary Topics in Vocational Psychology

Author: W. Bruce Walsh

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

View: 951

Career Counseling aims to link the past and the present, and to look to the future for significant developments in this critical field. Seven current methods are examined in detail: * the Trait-and-Factor approach * the Person-Centered approach * the Psychodynamic approach * the Developmental approach * the Social Learning approach * the Social Psychological approach * Computer Assisted Career Counseling Written to inform practicing vocational counselors and students about the practical and applied aspects of various counseling approaches, this book will help them maintain a data-based objectivity.

Career Counseling

A Narrative Approach

Author: Larry Cochran

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 166

View: 271

`This book should be viewed as essential reading for anyone interested in developing their understanding of the field of career counselling and developing their own approach. Practitioners will find much they might want to consider incorporating into their own work' - British Journal of Guidance and Counselling `As a career counsellor working with clients of all ages and situations, I found Larry Cochran's new work both pragmatic and intellectually stimulating... [he] provides fresh insight into the essence of career counselling, examining the past to be able to understand the present in order to plan for the future. Written in an accessible style... this book is certainly something which encourages further re