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Career Counseling and Development in a Global Economy

ISBN-10: 0618426345
ISBN-13: 9780618426348
Edition: 2006
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Description: This text prepares students for career counseling in the global economy, and supports their learning and understanding, through a unique pedagogical modelthe Career Diamondwhich helps students synthesize and apply career counseling theories. Also,  More...

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Book details

List price: $166.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 8/18/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 464
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

This text prepares students for career counseling in the global economy, and supports their learning and understanding, through a unique pedagogical modelthe Career Diamondwhich helps students synthesize and apply career counseling theories. Also, case studies demonstrate the use of techniques and the application of theory. Covered topics include special populations, such as clients in the welfare-to-work program, and the impact of the global economy. In addition, a unique spirituality chapter demonstrates how some adults bring deeper meaning to life changes, including career transitions. A thorough assessment chapter describes how to integrate test results into a client's exploratory process. Experiential exercises in every chapter allow students to apply concepts and practice counseling skills. Theories of developmental psychology support career education programs.

Patricia Andersen, Professor, West College of Education; formerly therapist and career counselor, Training Director of APA accredited internship, and Director of Career Exploration Program at Iowa State University. Has taught career and other counseling courses for 15 years. Author of a number of articles in professional journals and co-author of Acquiring Clinical Judgement.

Michael Vandehey, Professor of Psychology, Liberal Arts College; author of several journal articles and therapist in private practice.

Note: Each chapter concludes with a Summary, Study Outline: Key Terms and Concepts, Exercises, and References
Background for Understanding Career Services
Importance of Career Services
Historical Perspectives
Matching Approach Versus Career
Identity and Development
From Vocation to Career, from Single
Choice to Development
Career Issues in the New Millenium
Career Counseling: Structure and Competencies
Career Development
Emotional Processing
Blocks to Career Counseling
Competency Requirements for Career Counselors
Career Counseling Theory and the Global Economy
The Career Diamond: A Teaching Tool Understanding the Career Diamond
Using the Career Diamond with Clients
Career Theory: Holland Super Holland's
Theory of Person-Environmental Fit
Career Development and Super's Self-Expression Theory
Career Theory: Krumboltz, Gottfredson Krumboltz--Social Learning Theory and Career Development Gottfredson--Circumspection and Compromise Lent, Brown, and Hackett--Social Cognitive Career Theory
Career Counseling for the Global Economy
Global Economy's Impact on Career Strategies for Dealing with the Global Economy
Career Issues for a Diverse Workforce
Increasing Cultural Sensitivity: Examining PersonaSocietal Backgrounds
Gender Issues and Career Sexual Orientation
Family Issues and Career Boundary Issues
Career and Crosscultural Issues
Embedded Assumptions for the Career
Counselor Brown's Theory of Crosscultural Values
Acculturation and Racial Identity Development
Career Counseling Skills
Career Counseling Process
Classic Career Counseling
Interaction Client Change
Career Counseling Techniques
Techniques for Expanding Self-Awareness
Identifying Skills Narrowing and Prioritizing
Assessment for Career Counseling
Assessing Client Information
To Test or Not to Test, That Is the Question
Choosing Appropriate Instruments
Interpreting Assessment
Rules Assessment Example: Interpreting Results of Interest Inventories
Managing Career Information and Technology
Evaluating Information
Organizing Occupational Information
Processing Information
Career Resource Center: A Model Government Agencies' Information
Other Informational Sources
Career Counseling Online
Career Development and Education
Career Development in Elementary School
The National Career Development
Guidelines (NOICC, 1992) and a Career Development
Program for Kindergarden to Fifth Grade
Learning about One's Self: Gender, Morals, Social Skills, and SelfEsteem/Efficacy
Learning about the External World: Play Making Career Development Work in the School
Career Development in Middle School
The National Career Development
Guidelines (NOICC, 1992) and a Career Development
Program for Middle School/Junior High (Grades 68)
The First Diamond: Middle School
Early Adolescence and the Internal Side of the Diamond
Early Adolescence and the External Side of the Diamond
Career Development in High School and Late Adolescence/Young Adulthood
Middle Adolescence: Ages 1418
The National Career Development
Guidelines (NOICC, 1992) and a Career
Development Program for High School (Grades 912)
Middle Adolescence and the Self Side of the Diamond Interaction of the Internal and External
Middle Adolescence and the External Side of the Diamond
Late Adolescence: Ages 1825
Career Issues Across the LifeSpan
Career Counseling for Adults
Theory of Work Adjustment and PersonEnvironmentCorre

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