Career Counseling: An Anthology of Relevant Career Counseling Research (Cognella Anthology Series for Teaching)
Career Counseling: An Anthology of Relevant Career Counseling Research shows students the unique and important role a career counselor can play in the lives of clients seeking employment-related advice and direction. The engaging readings and thought-provoking discussion questions within the anthology address a spectrum of issues that are relevant to today’s career professional.
Over the course of nine chapters, students will learn about the internal and external factors that can influence career choice, a brief history of career counseling in the United States, key career counseling theory, and how to successfully utilize career assessments and interest inventories with clients. Dedicated chapters examine ethical standards, diversity, and technology in career counseling. Students are provided with readings that explore career counseling resources, career choices across the lifespan, and practice within the school setting. Each chapter features an introduction, insightful readings, discussion questions, key terms, and suggested further reading.
Designed to serve as a supplemental resource for textbooks in the discipline, Career Counseling is well suited for courses in career counseling, counselor education, counseling, student affairs, psychology, and social work.
David A. Scott, Ph.D. is a quantitative researcher, Licensed Professional Counselor, and associate professor of counselor education at Clemson University. He earned his Ph.D. from North Carolina State University. Over the course of his career, Dr. Scott has worked in a variety of settings, including an inpatient hospital, an outpatient counseling center, and in private practice.
Chadwick W. Royal, Ph.D. is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, the owner of a private counseling practice, and a professor of counselor education at North Carolina Central University. He is an associate editor of Career Convergence, a publication of the National Career Development Association. He earned his Ph.D. from North Carolina State University.
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