Career Counselling

Career Counselling

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Career Counselling by Robert Nathan, Linda Hill Estate, Linda Hill

Praise for the First Edition:

'For those of you who wonder if the counselling approach is of much use for career guidance, this book should be informative. The importance of working with insight into client feelings is exemplified by insights into the need to address and work through feelings so that blocks to career interest and good decision-making can be overcome... The book outlines basic counselling skills and more complex ones and many straightforward exercises; ways of generating career options; career drivers and satisfiers; decision-making exercises; and guidelines for investigating careers... This text has made me more aware of the importance of thinking in terms of counselling and group counselling in the work I do relating to careers' - Guidance Matters

Career counselling is often mistakenly described as giving people advice on finding the best career path. This fully revised and updated second edition of Career Counselling explains what career counselling actually is, why people seek it, and indicates the many contexts where it is used. It describes in detail the skills, tools and techniques of career counselling, useful to both professional career counsellors and those for whom career counselling is just part of their work.

This practical guide examines the issues typically brought to career counselling, and includes a completely new chapter on the role of career counselling within organisations. Other areas covered include:

o the dilemmas of independent and in-house career counsellors

o screening and contracting

o ways of facilitating decision-making and managing 'blocks'

o self-management and continuing professional development.

Career Counselling, Second Edition stresses the importance of adopting a 'whole person' approach whilst maintaining a career focus. Illustrated throughout by case studies from the authors' experience, the book draws on approaches ranging from the humanistic work of Carl Rogers to solution-focused counselling. The book contains an invaluable resources section and includes a brand new appendix containing photocopiable exercises which practitioners and their clients can use in conjunction with their counselling sessions.

Robert Nathan is Managing Director of Career Counselling Services, London.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780803986961
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 01/28/1993
Series: Therapy in Practice Series , #7
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 5.43(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword to the Second Edition and Acknowledgementsvi
1Introduction1
2Issues Brought to Career Counselling13
3Screening, Contracting and Exploring34
4Enabling Clients' Understanding51
5Using Tests, Questionnaires and Occupational Information72
6Action, Outcomes and Endings91
7Career Counselling in Organisations109
8Professional Challenges for Career Counsellors125
9Self-management for Career Counsellors141
Appendix AGuidelines for Tests150
Appendix BAction Plan151
Appendix CSources of Occupational Information152
Appendix DThe Use of Software to Support Career Counselling158
Appendix ETraining Courses159
Appendix FRelevant Journals160
Appendix GUseful Organisations161
Appendix HCareer Counselling Exercises164
References176
Index179

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