Career Counseling: Holism, Diversity, and Strengths (4th by Norman C. Gysbers, Mary J. Heppner, Joseph A. Johnston

By Norman C. Gysbers, Mary J. Heppner, Joseph A. Johnston

With the present surge within the activity and the advances in know-how, occupation counseling now, greater than ever, needs to be a dynamic, artistic, and hugely individualized procedure. the aim is to assist profession counselors extend and expand their imaginative and prescient of occupation counseling and the talents and methods of their occupation counseling repertoire.

KEY subject matters:
• This booklet will let readers to help consumers of every age and conditions relate information regarding values, ideals, attitudes, and so on. of their quest to accomplish profession pursuits or get to the bottom of their occupation problems.
• With the present operating inhabitants as varied because it is, the authors concentration specific consciousness on how the profession counseling approach might be important in increasing suggestions and empowering the genuine existence offerings of girls, males, racial and ethnic minorities, non-ethnic minorities equivalent to homosexual, lesbian, and bisexual consumers and people with disabilities.
• Designed for numerous teams of readers, this publication is for training counselors, counselors-in-training, and an individual contemplating a transformation in careers.

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