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Career Counseling : Applied Concepts of Life Planning

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Edition:
6th
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9780534367237

ISBN10:
0534367232
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
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Summary

This highly successful book has been called the most comprehensive text on the market, providing students with needed career theory as well as practical techniques and examples. Through the author's clear writing style, case examples, tables, and exercises, students develop a solid understanding of the theoretical models of career counseling and are thoroughly exposed to the practical information on how to effectively counsel clients about career issues.

Table of Contents

Part One Foundations and Resources 2(274)
Career Counseling Today and Its Historical Development
4(21)
Career Counseling Today
5(2)
Case: The Case of Depressed Worker
7(2)
The Historical Development of Career Counseling
9(11)
A Galance into the Past and a Look into the Future
20(1)
Summary
21(2)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
23(1)
For More Information
24(1)
Theories of Career Development I
25(59)
Trait-and-Factor Theory
26(3)
Person-Environment-Correspondence Counseling
29(4)
Developmental Theories
33(22)
Ann Roe: A Needs Approach
55(3)
John Holland: A Typology Approach
58(6)
Krumboltz's Learning Theory of Career Counseling
64(6)
Sociological Perspective of Work and Career Development
70(4)
Implications for Career Guidance
74(2)
Table of Basic Assumptions, Key Terms, and Outcomes
76(1)
Summary
77(5)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
82(1)
For More Information
83(1)
Theories of Career Development II
84(23)
Career Development from a Cognitive Information Processing Perspective
85(3)
Career Development from a Social Cognitive Perspective
88(5)
Brown's Values-Based, Holistic Model of Career and Life-Role Choices and Satisfaction
93(3)
A Contextual Explanation of Career
96(2)
Self-Efficacy Theory
98(1)
Convergence of Career Development Theories
99(3)
Implications for Career Guidance
102(1)
Summary
103(1)
Table of Basic Assumptions, Key Terms, and Outcomes
104(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
104(2)
For More Information
106(1)
Career Counseling Models
107(52)
Some Issues and Concepts Emerging from Model Development
108(3)
Five Career Counseling Models
111(1)
Trait-and-Factor and Person-Environment-Fit
112(5)
Case: Generating a PEF Analysis
117(6)
Developmental Model
123(3)
Case: The Case of Multiple Problems
126(2)
A Learning Theory of Career Counseling (LTCC)
128(4)
Case: The Case of the Reluctant Decision Maker
132(3)
Cognitive Information Processing Model (CIP)
135(6)
Case: The Case of a Lot of Bravado
141(2)
The Multicultural Connection
143(1)
A Multicultural Career Counseling Model for Ethnic Women
143(5)
Case: The Case of Questionable Future Status
148(3)
Major Parameters of Five Models
151(1)
Table of Five Career Counseling Models
152(4)
Summary
156(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
157(1)
For More Information
158(1)
Techniques for the Career Counseling Intake Interview
159(29)
Career Counseling Intake Interview and Assessment Techniques
160(1)
The Intake Interview
160(1)
A Suggested Sequence for an Interview
161(1)
Interviewing Techniques
162(7)
Current Status Information
169(1)
Discovering the Significance of Life Roles and Potential Conflicts
170(6)
Supplement to the Interview: Discovering Problems That Interfere with Career Development
176(10)
Summary
186(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
187(1)
For More Information
187(1)
Career Counseling Intake Interviews: Case Studies
188(18)
Current Status Information
189(1)
Case: The Case of What Was Left Unsaid
189(2)
Discovering Problems That Interfere with Career Development
191(1)
Case: The Case of Faulty Cognitions
192(1)
Case: The Case of the Confused Decision Maker
193(2)
Case: The Case of the Anxious Computer Technician
195(1)
Case: The Case of the Forgotten Work Address
196(2)
Discovering the Significance of Life Roles and Potential Conflicts
198(1)
Case: The Case of the Fired Plumber
198(1)
Case: The Case of the Unfulfilled Worker
199(4)
Developing Goals and Objectives
203(1)
Summary
204(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
205(1)
For More Information
205(1)
Using Standardized Assessment in Career Counseling
206(28)
Psychometric Concepts for Selecting Assessment Instruments
208(2)
Issues in Achieving Equity in Assessment
210(1)
Acculturation
211(1)
Assessment Goals in Career Counseling
212(18)
Information About Assessment Instruments
230(1)
Summary
231(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
232(1)
For More Information
233(1)
Self-Assessment and a Model for Using Assessment
234(19)
Rationale for Self-Assessment as an Alternative
235(4)
Learning to Self-Assess
239(3)
Self-Assessment Procedures for Career Counseling
242(4)
Model for Using Assessment Results
246(3)
A Glimpse at the Future of Assessment
249(1)
Summary
250(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
251(1)
For More Information
251(2)
Using Computers for Career Counseling
253(23)
Some Implications of Research
254(2)
Some Cautions When Using Computers
256(1)
Types of Computer-Assisted Career Guidance Systems
257(1)
The Development of Career Information Delivery Systems
258(2)
Using DISCOVER
260(1)
Case: The Case of an Undecided Freshman
261(4)
System of Interactive Guidance and Information (SIGI) and SIGI PLUS
265(1)
Steps in Using Computer-Assisted Career Guidance Programs
266(1)
Using the Internet
267(3)
Implementing a Computer-Based Program
270(2)
Summary
272(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
273(1)
For More Information
274(2)
Part Two Career Counseling for Special Populations 276(148)
Career Counseling for Fulticultural Groups
278(31)
What Is Culture?
279(1)
Four Major Cultural Groups
280(8)
Cultural Variability and Worldviews
288(3)
Cultural Differences in Work-Related Activities
291(1)
The Challenge of Becoming Culturally Competent
292(6)
Immigration and Its Sequelae
298(4)
Some Suggestions for Interviewing Multicultural Groups
302(3)
Summary
305(2)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
307(1)
For More Information
307(2)
Special Issues in Career Counseling for Women
309(27)
Career Development Theories and Women
311(5)
Identifying Women's Special Needs
316(6)
Multicultural Perspectives When Working with Women
322(2)
Implications for Career Counseling
324(1)
Intervention Components for Counseling Women
324(6)
Counselor Bias
330(1)
Gender Bias and Gender Fairness of Interest Assessment
330(2)
Summary
332(2)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
334(1)
For More Information
335(1)
Special Issues in Career Counseling for Men
336(20)
Influences on Gender-Role Development
337(3)
Identifying Men's Special Needs
340(5)
Multicultural Perspectives When Working with Men
345(2)
Implications for Career Counseling of Men
347(1)
Intervention Components for Counseling Men
348(5)
Summary
353(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
354(1)
For More Information
355(1)
Special Issues in Family Systems Featuring Issues for Dual Careers
356(17)
The Family as a System
358(3)
Case: A Dual-Career Couple in Conflict
361(2)
Issues Facing Dual-Career Families
363(4)
Implications for Career Counseling
367(3)
Summary
370(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
371(1)
For More Information
372(1)
Career Counseling for Individuals with Disabilities
373(29)
The Americans with Disabilities Act
374(2)
Special Problems and Needs of Individuals with Disabilities
376(6)
Implications for Career Guidance
382(1)
Rehabilitation Programs
382(2)
Case: Counseling Program
384(4)
Career Education for Students with Disabilities
388(1)
A Module for Specific Needs of People with Disabilities
389(1)
A Group Counseling Program for Individuals with Disabilities
390(3)
Assessment Instruments for Individuals with Disabilities
393(6)
Summary
399(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
400(1)
For More Information
400(2)
Career Counseling for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Clients
402(22)
Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Persons
403(2)
Discrimination of G/L/B Persons at Work
405(1)
Identity Issues
406(3)
Cultural Differences in Sexual Orientation
409(4)
Counseling G/L/B--Oriented Youth
413(2)
Career Counseling for G/L/B Persons
415(6)
Summary
421(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
422(1)
For More Imformation
423(1)
Part Three Career Counselling in Educational Settings 424(88)
Implications for Development Patterns and Research for Career Counseling in Schools
426(24)
Studies of Early Childhood Development
427(1)
Stages of Development and Developmental Tasks for Elementary School Children
428(7)
Influence of Cultural and Socioeconomic Diversity on Childhood Development
435(2)
Stages of Development and Developmental Taks for Junior and Senior High School Students
437(5)
The Need for Career Guidance in High Schools
442(3)
Summary
445(3)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
448(1)
For More Information
448(2)
Career Counseling in Schools
450(33)
Comprehensive School Guidance Programs
451(1)
Planning for Life Strategies
452(4)
Couseling Children from Different Cultures
456(1)
The Elementary School
457(3)
Integrating Career Development Concepts -- Infusion
460(2)
The Middle/Junior School
462(16)
The High School
446(24)
Intervention Strategy for Understanding Sex-Role Stereotyping
470(1)
Case: Group Discussion of Sex-Role Stereotyping
470(2)
Strategies for Implementing Career Development Guidelines
472(1)
School-to-Work Programs
473(1)
Integrating Academic and Vocational Education
474(1)
Apprenticeship and the Future of the Workforce
475(1)
Placement as Part of Career Planning
476(2)
The Role of Placement in Senior High School
478(2)
Summary
480(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
481(1)
For More Information
481(2)
Career Counseling in Institutions of Higher Learning
483(29)
Some Characteristics of College Students
484(1)
How College Affects Students' Career Choice and Development
485(1)
National Goals for a College Career Guidance Program
486(3)
Implications for Career Guidance Programs in Institutions of Higher Learning
489(1)
Career Prep at a Community College Consortium
490(2)
Curricular Career Information Service (CCIS): A Module Model
492(4)
Career Counseling at a Large University: A Metroplex Model
496(1)
Life-Planning Workshops
497(2)
Case: Life-Planning Workshop Exercises
499(3)
Work- and Experience-Based Programs
502(1)
College Placement
503(5)
Summary
508(2)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
510(1)
For More Information
511(1)
Part Four Career Counseling in Work Settings and Career Transitions Throughout Life 512(93)
Some Perspectives of Work
514(28)
Case: How Work Has Changed--The Secretary
515(1)
Case: How Work Has Changed--The Human Network Organization
516(1)
What Has Happened to Work in the United States?
517(1)
Rethinking the Idea of Work
518(3)
Occupational Projections
521(4)
Focusing on the Client's Needs
525(1)
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
526(1)
Occupational Insecurity
527(1)
Coping with Joblessness
527(1)
The New Entrepreneurial Climate
528(1)
Work Values
529(2)
Stress at Work: Its Implications and How to Deal with It
531(6)
Will There Be a Demand for Increased Quality of Work?
537(1)
Aging Workers
538(1)
Summary
539(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
540(1)
For More Imformation
541(1)
Career Counseling for Adults in Career Transition
542(31)
Case: Ben Is Changing Jobs Again
543(2)
National Survey of Working America
545(1)
Issues facing Adults in Career Transition
546(4)
Career and Individual Development
550(2)
Major Themes in Human Development
552(1)
Implications of Hman Development as Related to Adult Career Development
553(1)
Basic Coping Skills for Managing Transitions
554(3)
The Personal Agency Person
557(2)
Career Counseling Intervention Components for Adults in Career Transition
559(11)
Summary
570(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
571(1)
For More Imformation
572(1)
Career Development of Adults in Organisations
573(32)
Changing Organizations and New Concepts in Career Development
575(3)
Reengineering the Corporation
578(2)
The Boundaryless Organization
580(5)
Will Postbureaucratic Organizations Have Advantages for Multicultural Groups?
585(1)
Evolution of Career Development in Organizations
585(10)
Counseling in Organizations
595(3)
Evaluating the Organization
598(3)
Summary
601(1)
Supplementary Learning Exercises
602(1)
For More Imformation
603(2)
Appendix A: Multicultural Career Counseling Checklist 605(3)
Appendix B: Career Counseling Checklist 608(3)
Appendix C: The Decision Tree 611(1)
Appendix D: Counseling Web Sites 612(2)
Appendix E: A High School Student's Experience in a Cooperative Education Progam 614(3)
References 617(38)
Name Index 655(8)
Subject Index 663


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