Adult career development and counselling intervention guide

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Date
2003
Authors
Edelstein, Patricia
University of Lethbridge. Faculty of Education
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Lethbridge, Alta. : University of Lethbridge, Faculty of Education, 2003
Abstract
The field of career counselling has undergone substantial change since its inception. It has evolved from a developmental, trait-and-factor focus to encompass a holistic, career/life path approach. A literature review examines adult developmental theory and career development and counselling theory that support a life-space, life-span career counselling approach based on an Adlerian perspective. Magnusson's (1992) Five Critical Career Counselling Processes model is used as a framework for the interventions presented in each phase of the career counselling process. A variety of non-traditional interventions are presented, while references are provided for a sampling of standardized tools and assessment instruments. Finally a list of relevant resources provides information to facilitate access to useful career counselling handbooks, articles, research, interventions, and websites.
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ix, 202 leaves ; 29 cm. --
Keywords
Career development , Vocational guidance , Career changes , Counseling
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