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Career Theory And Practice

Author : Jane L. Swanson
ISBN : 9781483323299
Genre : Social Science
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Designed to help readers apply career development theories to their work with career counseling clients, Career Theory and Practice: Learning Through Case Studies links major career development and choice theories to a fictional case client. Authors Jane L. Swanson and Nadya A. Fouad use this case study approach throughout the book to provide an integrative thread that illustrates similarities and differences between the featured theories. The Third Edition has been updated and substantially expanded to be a primary text for a graduate course in Career Development and Counseling. “Jane L. Swanson and Nadya A. Fouad do a masterful job of bringing theory to life through the lived stories of actual career clients. I very much appreciated the book’s format, the examples, the discussion questions, and the richly developed case examples.” —Mary J. Heppner, University of Missouri, Columbia, commenting on the First Edition “The case study method is very effective. Students can see firsthand how the theories are interpreted and applied. Often they get a better understanding of their own lives and career history.” —Anne Zachmeyer, Rochester Institute of Technology “Theory discussion is complete and usable for students; the quality of the text is strong.” —Meredith J. Drew, Centenary College
Category: Social Science

Career Theory And Practice

Author : Jane L. Swanson
ISBN : 076191143X
Genre : Business & Economics
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The authors of this book demonstrate with case examples how to apply career development theories to career counselling practice. Each chapter applies a different theory to case examples and - to provide continuity - to a fictitious `client' constructed from many past clients of the authors.
Category: Business & Economics

Career Theory And Practice Learning Through Case Studies

Author : Jane L. Swanson
ISBN : 9781412937511
Genre : Psychology
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Career Theory and Practice: Learning Through Case Studies, Second Edition, provides the reader with hands-on, practical examples of how to apply career development theories to career counseling clients. This book serves as that bridge between theory and practice. Woven through the chapters is the presentation of ′Leslie,′ a fictitious client, actually the composite portrait of several past clients. As each chapter focuses on a different career development theory and presents specific cases, the authors enhance the practical slant of their work by applying the theories discussed to ′Leslie,′ as well as to a second case unique to each chapter. The second edition includes a new chapter highlighting the importance of various types of assessment in career counseling, and addressing the role of ethics and professional issues. In addition, new pedagogical features include ′Counselor Cognitions′ to guide hypotheses about clients, and ′Personal Reflections′ to facilitate the application of material to studentsÆ own career development. The second edition also includes added material that highlights the role of the economy and the changing nature of the workforce that influence the career and work decisions individuals make. Swanson and Fouad bring their own experiences as practitioners, researchers, and teachers in their approach to writing this new edition. This book is intended for students in graduate level career or vocational psychology or career practicum courses as well as counseling practitioners needing additional resources to strengthen their services or expand their focus.
Category: Psychology

Career Development

Author : David H. Montross
ISBN : UVA:X002282742
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Handbook Of Career Counseling Theory And Practice

Author : Mark Savickas
ISBN : OSU:32435055095061
Genre : Business & Economics
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This landmark book provides the latest thinking among the leading figures in career counseling psychology on theoretical issues and their practical applications. Twenty-eight contributions address: the integration of career counseling theory and practice, how major counseling theories are proving useful in career intervention, the use of career assessment instruments, and new directions in theory and practice.
Category: Business & Economics

Career Development And Systems Theory

Author : Wendy Patton
ISBN : 9789462096356
Genre : Education
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Career Development and Systems Theory: Connecting Theory and Practice offers practitioners, researchers and students a comprehensive introduction to, and overview of, career theory; introduces the Systems Theory Framework of career development; and demonstrates its considerable contemporary and innovative application to practice. A number of authors have identified the framework as one of a small number of significant innovations in the career development literature. The Systems Theory Framework of career development was developed to provide coherence to the career development field by providing a comprehensive conceptualisation of the many existing theories and concepts relevant to understanding career development. It is not designed to be a theory of career development; rather systems theory is introduced as the basis for an overarching, or metatheoretical, framework within which all concepts of career development, described in the plethora of career theories, can be usefully positioned and utilised in both theory and practice. It has been applied to the career development of children, adolescents and women. Since its first publication, the Systems Theory Framework has been the basis of numerous publications focusing on theoretical application and integration, practice and research, with a growing number of these by authors other than the framework developers. Its application across cultures also has been emphasised. The theoretical and practical unity of the Systems Theory Framework makes this book a worthy addition to the professional libraries of practitioners, researchers and students, new to, or experienced in, the field of career development.
Category: Education

Managing Careers

Author : Yehuda Baruch
ISBN : 0273678000
Genre : Business & Economics
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Yehuda Baruch focuses upon career systems and the way they are managed by organizations, reflecting the diversity that exists in management studies in practice and in theory. His ideas are based upon the notion that HRM's role is to obtain and retain staff. This book focuses upon the retention role.
Category: Business & Economics

Career Theories And Models At Work

Author : Nancy Arthur
ISBN : 1988066344
Genre : Education
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This edited international collection of contemporary and emerging career development theories and models aims to inform the practice of career development professionals around the globe. In addition to serving both new and seasoned practitioners, the book is intended to be used as a text for undergraduate and graduate career counselling courses. In order to effectively serve clients and the public, career practitioners need to be equipped with the latest theories and models in the field. Ethical career practice requires practitioners to be up-to-date with their knowledge about theory and how theory informs practice. This publication provides practitioners with a tangible resource they can use to develop theory-informed interventions. Contains 43 chapters on the theories and models that define the practice of career development today Contributors are 60 of the leading career researchers and practitioners from four continents and nine countries: Australia, Canada, England, Finland, India, the Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States Featured authors include the original theorists and those who have adapted the work in unique ways to inform career development practice Presented in a reader-friendly format, each chapter includes a Case Vignette that illustrates how a theory or model can be applied in practice, and Practice Points that summarize key takeaways for career practitioners to implement with clients. Additional references are also included.
Category: Education

Career Development And Counseling

Author : Mei Tang
ISBN : 9781506353715
Genre : Education
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Career Development and Counseling: Theory and Practice in a Multicultural World provides a comprehensive overview of career development theories with a unique multicultural framework. Aligned with the latest standards set forth by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), the text focuses on applications across a variety of settings and populations. Each chapter contains numerous case illustrations and learning activities designed to help readers understand the complexities of multicultural aspects of individual career development. Counseling students in training, in addition to working counseling professionals, will find this book as a useful resource for today’s diverse world. Career Development and Counseling is part of SAGE’s Counseling and Professional Identity Series. To learn more about each text in the series, please visit sagepub.com/cpiseries.
Category: Education

The Theory And Practice Of Vocational Guidance

Author : Barrie Hopson
ISBN : 9781483181257
Genre : Education
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The Theory and Practice of Vocational Guidance: A Selection of Readings is a compilation of papers that discusses theoretical foundations and practical applications of vocational guidance. The book presents 36 articles that cover various concerns in career counseling, both in theory and in practice. The first part of the text deals with theoretical concerns in vocational guidance, such as model for the translation of self-concepts into vocational terms; social factors in vocational development; young workers in their first jobs; and the criteria of vocational success. In the next part, the book presents the practical issues, which include needed counselor competencies in vocational aspects of counseling and guidance; an occupational classification for use in vocational guidance; psycho-social aspects of work; and key concepts in the use of psychological tests in vocational guidance. The book will be of great use to any professionals, but will be most useful to those involved in career counseling, such as human resource practitioners, school counselors, and college career advisers.
Category: Education

Handbook Of Vocational Psychology

Author : W. Bruce Walsh
ISBN : 9781136499999
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Handbook of Vocational Psychology aims to identify, report, and evaluate significant developments in vocational psychology and career counseling, thus providing both professional clinicians and students with an informed understanding of both the current state and continuing progress in the field. Like the previous editions, the goal of the Fourth edition will be to join the theory, research, practical and applied aspects of this field. The Handbook's dual missions are to prepare current students for the realities of work and also to act as a reference resource for practicing clinicians (and academicians) of all levels of experience, to keep up to date with the latest research and trends. The fourth edition will be completely restructured into four sections covering, in order, the field's History, Theory, Research, and Practice issues. The majority of the chapters in this new volume will be written by newly invited contributors, with the result that the book will be almost entirely brand new content, while a couple of authors in the 3rd edition will remain on board and update their previous chapter.
Category: Business & Economics

Understanding Career Counselling

Author : Jennifer M Kidd
ISBN : 1412903394
Genre : Education
File Size : 81.39 MB
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Understanding Career Counselling explores the theory, research, and practice of career counseling from a British perspective and brings them together in one concise volume. The book addresses exactly what is meant by the term 'career' in the 21st century and the implications this has for those working with clients at different stages of their career. This book is unique in that it clearly relates career theories to career counseling, which is often an unclear area for trainees.
Category: Education

Rethinking Careers Education And Guidance

Author : Ruth Hawthorn
ISBN : 9781134770526
Genre : Education
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Re-thinking Careers Education and Guidance is the first book published in the United Kingdom to cover theory, policy and practice in all sectors of careers education and guidance provision. The book features: * an authoritative review of career theories, together with a new career learning theory * an analysis of the development of careers provision in schools; colleges; higher education; work organisations; the Careers Service, and in other agencies * an examination of the main aspects of practice * an exploration of ways of supporting development and evaluation * an analysis of the role of public policy, and the development of guidance systems in other parts of the world. Re-thinking Careers Education and Guidance is an essential text for students in initial training, those engaged in in-service and higher degree work, and reflective guidance practitioners.
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Career Choice And Development

Author : Duane Brown
ISBN : STANFORD:36105000193271
Genre : Business & Economics
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Recognized authorities in career development analyze leading theories and applications and evaluate individual, group, and self-directed approaches to career planning. Four new chapters include an overview of new directions in theory and a case study in which the major contributors discuss how each would approach the same client.
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Career Development Employment And Disability In Rehabilitation

Author : David R. Strauser, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9780826195647
Genre : Social Science
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This text provides, from a rehabilitation perspective, comprehensive coverage of the dominant theories and techniques related to the occupational development, vocational behavior, and the organizational factors that impact the career development and employment of individuals with disabilities. It is designed for the CORE-mandated required course on employment and career development for the Master's Degree in rehabilitation counseling and for Licensed Professional Counselor certification. As the only book in rehabilitation and counseling that broadly addresses career development and employment of individuals with disabilities, it is a major contribution to the literature. Topics covered include major constructs in career development and employment of disabled individuals, theoretical foundations, occupational assessment, information and evaluation, intervention strategies, and populations and settings. To facilitate learning and promote application of theories and techniques, each chapter includes chapter objectives, discussion and review questions, and case studies. An instructor's manual is also included. Key Features: The only book in rehabilitation and counseling to provide comprehensive coverage of career development and employment and disability-related theory and research Fulfills CORE-mandated requirements and Professional Counselor licensure Authored by respected leaders in the field Provides chapter objectives, case examples, and discussion questions in each chapter along with instructor's manual
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Career Counseling

Author : Janet Hicks
ISBN : 1516579763
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Featuring chapters written by experts in the discipline, Career Counseling: Theory, Practice, and Application provides readers with a strong foundation in career counseling history, theory, and clinical assessment that will allow them to develop the skills and competencies needed to become effective, ethical counseling practitioners in today's diverse society. Students discover how integral and evident the topic of career is within contemporary counseling sessions, the importance and practical applications of career development, and how to incorporate career and counseling theory within personal practice. The text provides a roadmap for integrating counseling and career theory into a strong and functional model to serve clients. It offers students critical knowledge and demonstrates various therapeutic techniques through client transcripts, bridging theory and practice. Dedicated chapters cover major theories of career counseling, providing counsel across the lifespan and for diverse populations, the use of narrative therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, Adlerian techniques, and cognitive behavioral therapy with clients, and more. Underscoring the importance of career counseling in today's world, Career Counseling is an ideal core textbook for graduate-level students in career counseling courses offered in CACREP and non-accredited vocational counseling programs.
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