A must read for practicing counselors and counselors in training, APPLYING CAREER DEVELOPMENT THEORY TO COUNSELING shows you how to apply principles of career development in a counseling setting! A clear writing style, useful case examples, and integrated coverage of diversity set this text apart from others in the field. The book-specific website makes studying easy with discussion questions, tutorial quizzes, and relevant links.
New edition of a resource that presents key theories and research to help career counselors assist clients. Sharf (U. of Delaware) focuses on one theory per chapter, showing how each can be applied to counseling and how it can be a guide to the use of occupational information, tests, inventories, and other tools that help provide insight into career concerns. Topics include trait and type, life-span and special focus theories, and theoretical integration. New features include a chapter on constructivist approaches (replacing the former one on psychodynamic approaches) and material on cognitive information processing theory. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)