Career Interventions and Techniques A Complete Guide for Human Service Professionals
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Description: This unique text provides detailed information on career development interventions appropriate to use with some of the most common populations with whom entry-level human service professionals often work. Provides detailed information on career development interventions appropriate to use with some of the most common populations with whom entry-level human service professionals often work. Includes coverage of the historical perspective of career counseling, career development theories, career assessments, employment campaign, and program development/evaluation. Written for associate- and bachelor-level human service professionals working with diverse populations.
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List price: $143.20
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/11/2006
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
|Career Development and the World of Work|
|Career Development: A Lifelong Challenge|
|Theories of Career Development|
|Gathering Client Information: Career-Related Assessments|
|Career Information Sources and Resources|
|Initiating an Employment Campaign|
|Career Counseling Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation|
|Career Development and Diverse Populations|
|Single Parents and Displaced Homemakers: Entering the Workplace after a Break of Several Years|
|Welfare-to-Work Clients: Transition to Independence|
|The Working Poor: Poverty Despite a Paycheck|
|Victims of Domestic Violence: Working Towards a New Life|
|Displaced/Dislocated Workers: Through No Fault of Their Own|
|Homeless: No Place to Call Their Own|
|Older Workers: Choosing Work over Retirement|
|Offenders and Ex-Offenders: Getting a Second Chance|
|People with Physical and/or Mental Disabilities: An Empowerment Approach to Independence|
|Clients and Chemical Dependency: A Fresh Start|
|Veterans: After they Serve their Country|
|The Newly Immigrated: Home Away from Home|
|Special Topics for the Human Service Professional|
|Ethical Issues in Providing Career Interventions|
|Workplace Issues for the 21 st Century|