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Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work
by Steven D. Brown, Robert W. Lent
"This is a must-have for any researcher in vocational psychology or career counseling, or anyone who wishes to understand the empirical underpinnings of the practice of career counseling."
-Mark Pope, EdD
College of Education, University of Missouri - St. Louis
past president of the American Counseling Association
Today's career development professional must choose from a wide array of theories and practices in order to provide services for a diverse range of clients. Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work focuses on scientifically based career theories and practices, including those derived from research in other disciplines. Driven by the latest empirical and practical evidence, this text offers the most in-depth, far-reaching, and comprehensive career development and counseling resource available.
Career Development and Counseling includes coverage of:
Major theories of career development, choice, and adjustment
Informative research on occupational aspirations, job search success, job satisfaction, work performance, career development with people of color, and women's career development
Assessment of interests, needs and values, ability, and other important constructs
Occupational classification and sources of occupational information
Counseling for school-aged youth, diverse populations, choice-making, choice implementation, work adjustment, and retirement
Special needs and applications including those for at-risk, intellectually talented, and work-bound youth; people with disabilities; and individuals dealing with job loss, reentry, and career transitions
Edited by two of the leading figures in career development, and featuring contributions by many of the most well-regarded specialists in the field, Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work is the one book that every career counselor, vocational psychologist, and serious student of career development must have.
Steven D. Brown, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Leadership, Foundations, and Counseling Psychology at Loyola University in Chicago. Robert W. Lent, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Counseling and Personnel Services at the University of Maryland, College Park. They are the editors of the Handbook of Counseling Psychology (Wiley), now in its third edition.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
SECTION ONE: MAJOR THEORIES OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT, CHOICE, AND ADJUSTMENT.
1. The Minnesota Theory of Work Adjustment (Ren¨¦ V. Dawis).
2. Holland¡¯s Theory of Vocational Personalities in Work Environments (Arnold R. Spokane and Maria Cristina Cruza-Guet).
3. The Theory and Practice of Career Construction (Mark L. Savickas).
4. Applying Gottfredson¡¯s Theory of Circumscription and Compromise in Career Guidance and Counseling (Linda S. Gottfredson).
5. A Social Cognitive View of Career Development and Counseling (Robert W. Lent).
SECTION TWO: INFORMATIVE RESEARCH.
6. Occupational Aspirations: Constructs, Meanings, and Application (Jay W. Rojewski).
7. Job Search Success: A Review and Integration of the Predictors, Behaviors, and Outcomes (Alan M. Saks).
8. Theories and Research on Job Satisfaction (Barbara A. Fritzsche and Tiffany J. Parrish).
9. Work Performance and Careers (Joyce E. A. Russell).
10. Career Development in Context: Research with People of Color (Roger L. Worthington, Lisa Y. Flores, and Rachel L. Navarro).
11. Women¡¯s Career Development (Nancy E. Betz).
SECTION THREE: ASSESSMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION.
12. Assessment of Interests (Jo-Ida C. Hansen).
13. Assessment of Needs and Values (James B. Rounds and Patrick Ian Armstrong).
14. Ability Assessment in Career Counseling (Nancy E. Ryan Krane and William C. Tirre).
15. Beyond Interests, Needs/Values, and Abilities: Assessing Other Important Career Constructs over the Life Span (Jane L. Swanson and Catalina D¡¯Achiardi).
16. Occupational Classification and Sources of Occupational Information (Paul A. Gore Jr. and Jorie L. Hitch).
SECTION FOUR: CAREER INTERVENTIONS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN.
17. Promoting Career Development and Aspirations in School-Age Youth (Sherri L. Turner and Richard T. Lapan).
18. Counseling for Career Choice: Implications for Improving Interventions and Working with Diverse Populations (Matthew J. Miller and Steven D. Brown).
19. Counseling for Choice Implementation (LaRae M. Jome and Susan D. Phillips).
20. Counseling for Work Adjustment (Barbara Griffin and Beryl Hesketh).
21. Counseling for Retirement (Harvey L. Sterns and Linda Mezydlo Subich).
SECTION FIVE: SPECIAL NEEDS AND APPLICATIONS.
22. Promoting the Career Development and Academic Achievement of At-Risk Youth: College Access Programs (Consuelo Arbona).
23. Promoting the Career Potential of Youth with Disabilities (Ellen S. Fabian and James J. Liesener).
24. Broadening Our Understanding of Work-Bound Youth: A Challenge for Career Counseling (Cindy L. Juntunen and Kara Brita Wettersten).
25. Blending Promise with Passion: Best Practices for Counseling Intellectually Talented Youth (John A. Achter and David Lubinski).
26. Counseling for Career Transition: Career Pathing, Job Loss, and Reentry (Becky L. Bobek and Steven B. Robbins).