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APA handbook of career intervention, Paul J. Hartung, Mark L, Savickas, and W. Bruce Walsh, editors-in-chief

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APA handbook of career intervention
Title
APA handbook of career intervention
Statement of responsibility
Paul J. Hartung, Mark L, Savickas, and W. Bruce Walsh, editors-in-chief
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American Psychological Association handbook of career intervention
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eng
Summary
"Career intervention denotes the science and practice of counseling and related activities to promote career planning, occupational exploration, career decision making, vocational choice, job entry, work adjustment, and retirement (Spokane, 1991). The science of career intervention builds theory and research to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of career interventions within a panoply of career services. These services broadly encompass vocational guidance to match people to occupations, career education to help people manage career transitions, life design to assist individuals to imbue work with meaning, occupational placement to secure a training or employment position, and coaching to improve chances of success and advancement (Savickas, 2011). In practice, psychologists, counselors, student affairs personnel, and various other professionals apply career interventions such as individual and group counseling, assessment interpretations, curricula, workbooks, computer-assisted guidance, and workshops to foster individual career growth and development. The APA Handbook of Career Intervention presents information about the historical, contemporary, theoretical, demographic, assessment-based, and professional foundations of career intervention (Volume 1), as well as specific career intervention models, methods, and materials within each of these career services and applied to easing career transitions (Volume 2). In whole or in part, the handbook aims to be useful to researchers, practitioners, educators, consultants, policymakers, and students alike across a full array of professions, including psychology, counseling, education, and business and industry. Chapter authors are recognized experts in fields ranging from vocational psychology, career development, and industrial and organizational psychology to rehabilitation counseling and higher education."--Introduction
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DLC
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illustrations
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index present
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HF5381
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.A794 2015
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non fiction
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bibliography
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  • 1947-
  • 1936-
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  • Hartung, Paul J.,
  • Savickas, Mark
  • Walsh, W. Bruce
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APA handbooks in psychology series
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  • Vocational guidance
  • Career development
  • Career development
  • Vocational guidance
  • Berufsberatung
  • Beurteilung
  • Coaching
  • Karriereplanung
  • Psychologie
  • Psychologische Beratung
Label
APA handbook of career intervention, Paul J. Hartung, Mark L, Savickas, and W. Bruce Walsh, editors-in-chief
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • ch. 4. Career intervention efficacy : making a difference in people's lives
  • Steven D. Brown
  • Part II. Theoretical perspectives
  • ch. 5. Person-environment fit
  • Rong Su, Chris Murdock, and James Rounds
  • ch. 6. Life span career development
  • Susan D. Phillips
  • ch. 7. A social cognitive perspective on career intervention
  • Hung-Bin Sheu and Robert W. Lent
  • ch. 8. Career counseling paradigms : guiding, developing, and designing
  • Volume 1: Foundations
  • Mark L. Savickas
  • ch. 9. Relationships and career development : an integrative approach
  • Hanoch Flum
  • ch. 10. Environments : diversity in theoretical foundations of career intervention
  • ZiYoung Kang and Gary D. Gottfredson
  • Part III. Demographic considerations
  • ch. 11. Children and adolescents
  • Justin C. Perry and Eric W. Wallace
  • ch. 12. Women, men, and change : the role of career interventions
  • Mary J. Heppner and Ae-Kyung Jung
  • Part I. Past and prologue
  • ch. 13. Career interventions with racial and ethnic minority clients
  • Frederick T.L. Leong and Lisa Y. Flores
  • ch. 14. Social class and career intervention
  • David L. Blustein, Salitha Kozan, Alice Connors-Kellgren, and Bailey Rand
  • ch. 15. Immigrant workers : career concerns and barriers
  • Donna E. Schultheiss and Brittan L. Davis
  • Part IV. Assessment
  • ch. 16. Meaning, measurement, and assessment of vocational interests for career intervention
  • Sandro M. Sodano
  • ch. 17. Intellectual abilities for counseling interventions, practice, and theory : dismissing their significance for learning and work constitutes malpractice
  • ch. 1. Career intervention : from the industrial to the digital age
  • Harrison J. Kell and David Lubinski
  • ch. 18. Personality assessment and career interventions
  • Jérôme Rossier
  • ch. 19. Process variables : maturity, identity, decision making, and adjustment
  • Peter A. Creed and Michelle Hood
  • Part V. Professional context
  • ch. 20. Training and supervision in career counseling
  • Nicholas Ladany and Tiffany O'Shaughnessy
  • ch. 21. Standards, competencies, and guidelines in career interventions
  • Cindy L. Juntunen and Erin L. Martin
  • Mark Pope
  • ch. 22. Psychotherapy, counseling, and career counseling
  • Peter McIlveen
  • ch. 23. Professional development : who we are and what we do
  • Jane Goodman and Mary L. Anderson
  • ch. 2. Contemporary conceptualizations of career
  • Kerr Inkson
  • ch. 3. Career counseling process and outcome
  • Susan C. Whiston and Ciemone S. Rose
  • ch. 4. Using Holland's theory to assess environments
  • ZiYoung Kang and Gary D. Gottfredson
  • ch. 5. Using information and communication technology in delivering career interventions
  • James P. Sampson Jr. and Debra S. Osborn
  • ch. 6. Card sorts, sentence completions, and other qualitative assessments
  • Robert C. Chope
  • ch. 7. Academic advising
  • Leigh S. Shaffer
  • Part II. Developing
  • ch. 8. Enhancing future time perspective and exploring occupational possible selves
  • Volume 2: Applications
  • Brian J. Taber
  • ch. 9. Assessing children : interests and personality
  • Terence J.G. Tracey and Sandro M. Dodano
  • ch. 10. Promoting interest in the entry into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers
  • Marie F. Shoffner and Donna J. Dockery
  • ch. 11. Vocational rehabilitation counseling
  • Phillip D. Rumrill Jr. and Lynn C. Koch
  • ch. 12. Fostering career exploration
  • Raysen Cheung
  • ch. 13. Self-efficacy beliefs
  • Part I. Guiding
  • Mindi N. Thompson and Stephanie R. Graham
  • ch. 14. Measuring and assessing career maturity and adaptibility
  • Kevin Glavin
  • ch. 15. Making better career decisions
  • Itamar Gati and Nimrod Levin
  • ch. 16. Leisure
  • Howard E.A. Tinsley and Diance J. Tinsley
  • Part III. Designing
  • ch. 17. Life themes and narratives
  • J.G. Maree
  • ch. 1. Test interpretation : talking with people about their test results
  • ch. 18. Identity development
  • Alan Brown and Jenny Bimrose
  • ch. 19. Using audience to foster self-narrative construction and career adaptability
  • Jennifer J. Del Corso and Hande Sensoy Briddick
  • ch. 20. Thinking about vocational choice
  • Emily Bullock-Yowell, Denise E. Saunders, and Gary W. Peterson
  • ch. 21. Practical career counseling applications of the happenstance learning theory
  • John D. Krumboltz
  • ch. 22. Using metaphor in creer intervention
  • Norman E. Amundson
  • Donald G. Zytowski
  • ch. 23. Strategies for discerning and living a calling
  • Bryan J. Dik and Ryan D. Duffy
  • Part IV. Placing
  • ch. 24. Evidence-based job search interventions for unemployed workers and youths
  • Jukka Vuori and Richard H. Price
  • ch. 25. Employability
  • Andrew T. Rothwell
  • ch. 26. Networking
  • Susan Shortland
  • ch. 27. Understanding postsecondary options : guiding the decision-making process
  • ch. 2. Person matching for career exploration and choice
  • Mark A. Kretovics and Tracy M. Lara
  • Part V. Coaching
  • ch. 28. Mentoring in postsecondary education and organizational settings
  • Lillian T. Eby and Erin L. Dolan
  • ch. 29. Coaching
  • Jesse Segers, Nicky Dries, and Dirk Versees
  • ch. 30. The synergy project : a group career counseling intervention to enhance work-family management
  • Rachel Gali Cinamon
  • ch. 31. Top-down and bottom-up interventions to increase work engagement
  • Arnold B. Bakker
  • Stephanie T. Burns
  • ch. 32. Promoting the work adjustment of late-career employees
  • Barbara Griffin
  • ch. 33. Job satisfaction, job performance, and success
  • Donald E. Eggerth
  • Part VI. Transitioning
  • ch. 34. Individualized career plans : helping youths create successful school-to-work transitions
  • Chris Wood and Heather Dahl
  • ch. 35. Emerging adult career transitions
  • José F. Domene, Jeffrey Landine, and John Stewart
  • ch. 36. Facilitating midcareer transitions
  • ch. 3. Integrative approaches to career intervention
  • Michael E. Hall and Barbara H. Suddarth
  • ch. 37. Fostering career management using career anchor theory
  • Jared R. Chapman
  • ch. 38. Consultation in litigation
  • Michael Shahnasarian
  • ch. 39. Career interventions : retirement
  • Joanne K. Earl, Alexa Muratore, Cindy Leung, and Tin Wei Yu
  • Patrick J. Rottinghaus and Alec J. Eshelman
Control code
872139370
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9781433817533
Lccn
2014009082
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)872139370
Label
APA handbook of career intervention, Paul J. Hartung, Mark L, Savickas, and W. Bruce Walsh, editors-in-chief
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • ch. 4. Career intervention efficacy : making a difference in people's lives
  • Steven D. Brown
  • Part II. Theoretical perspectives
  • ch. 5. Person-environment fit
  • Rong Su, Chris Murdock, and James Rounds
  • ch. 6. Life span career development
  • Susan D. Phillips
  • ch. 7. A social cognitive perspective on career intervention
  • Hung-Bin Sheu and Robert W. Lent
  • ch. 8. Career counseling paradigms : guiding, developing, and designing
  • Volume 1: Foundations
  • Mark L. Savickas
  • ch. 9. Relationships and career development : an integrative approach
  • Hanoch Flum
  • ch. 10. Environments : diversity in theoretical foundations of career intervention
  • ZiYoung Kang and Gary D. Gottfredson
  • Part III. Demographic considerations
  • ch. 11. Children and adolescents
  • Justin C. Perry and Eric W. Wallace
  • ch. 12. Women, men, and change : the role of career interventions
  • Mary J. Heppner and Ae-Kyung Jung
  • Part I. Past and prologue
  • ch. 13. Career interventions with racial and ethnic minority clients
  • Frederick T.L. Leong and Lisa Y. Flores
  • ch. 14. Social class and career intervention
  • David L. Blustein, Salitha Kozan, Alice Connors-Kellgren, and Bailey Rand
  • ch. 15. Immigrant workers : career concerns and barriers
  • Donna E. Schultheiss and Brittan L. Davis
  • Part IV. Assessment
  • ch. 16. Meaning, measurement, and assessment of vocational interests for career intervention
  • Sandro M. Sodano
  • ch. 17. Intellectual abilities for counseling interventions, practice, and theory : dismissing their significance for learning and work constitutes malpractice
  • ch. 1. Career intervention : from the industrial to the digital age
  • Harrison J. Kell and David Lubinski
  • ch. 18. Personality assessment and career interventions
  • Jérôme Rossier
  • ch. 19. Process variables : maturity, identity, decision making, and adjustment
  • Peter A. Creed and Michelle Hood
  • Part V. Professional context
  • ch. 20. Training and supervision in career counseling
  • Nicholas Ladany and Tiffany O'Shaughnessy
  • ch. 21. Standards, competencies, and guidelines in career interventions
  • Cindy L. Juntunen and Erin L. Martin
  • Mark Pope
  • ch. 22. Psychotherapy, counseling, and career counseling
  • Peter McIlveen
  • ch. 23. Professional development : who we are and what we do
  • Jane Goodman and Mary L. Anderson
  • ch. 2. Contemporary conceptualizations of career
  • Kerr Inkson
  • ch. 3. Career counseling process and outcome
  • Susan C. Whiston and Ciemone S. Rose
  • ch. 4. Using Holland's theory to assess environments
  • ZiYoung Kang and Gary D. Gottfredson
  • ch. 5. Using information and communication technology in delivering career interventions
  • James P. Sampson Jr. and Debra S. Osborn
  • ch. 6. Card sorts, sentence completions, and other qualitative assessments
  • Robert C. Chope
  • ch. 7. Academic advising
  • Leigh S. Shaffer
  • Part II. Developing
  • ch. 8. Enhancing future time perspective and exploring occupational possible selves
  • Volume 2: Applications
  • Brian J. Taber
  • ch. 9. Assessing children : interests and personality
  • Terence J.G. Tracey and Sandro M. Dodano
  • ch. 10. Promoting interest in the entry into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers
  • Marie F. Shoffner and Donna J. Dockery
  • ch. 11. Vocational rehabilitation counseling
  • Phillip D. Rumrill Jr. and Lynn C. Koch
  • ch. 12. Fostering career exploration
  • Raysen Cheung
  • ch. 13. Self-efficacy beliefs
  • Part I. Guiding
  • Mindi N. Thompson and Stephanie R. Graham
  • ch. 14. Measuring and assessing career maturity and adaptibility
  • Kevin Glavin
  • ch. 15. Making better career decisions
  • Itamar Gati and Nimrod Levin
  • ch. 16. Leisure
  • Howard E.A. Tinsley and Diance J. Tinsley
  • Part III. Designing
  • ch. 17. Life themes and narratives
  • J.G. Maree
  • ch. 1. Test interpretation : talking with people about their test results
  • ch. 18. Identity development
  • Alan Brown and Jenny Bimrose
  • ch. 19. Using audience to foster self-narrative construction and career adaptability
  • Jennifer J. Del Corso and Hande Sensoy Briddick
  • ch. 20. Thinking about vocational choice
  • Emily Bullock-Yowell, Denise E. Saunders, and Gary W. Peterson
  • ch. 21. Practical career counseling applications of the happenstance learning theory
  • John D. Krumboltz
  • ch. 22. Using metaphor in creer intervention
  • Norman E. Amundson
  • Donald G. Zytowski
  • ch. 23. Strategies for discerning and living a calling
  • Bryan J. Dik and Ryan D. Duffy
  • Part IV. Placing
  • ch. 24. Evidence-based job search interventions for unemployed workers and youths
  • Jukka Vuori and Richard H. Price
  • ch. 25. Employability
  • Andrew T. Rothwell
  • ch. 26. Networking
  • Susan Shortland
  • ch. 27. Understanding postsecondary options : guiding the decision-making process
  • ch. 2. Person matching for career exploration and choice
  • Mark A. Kretovics and Tracy M. Lara
  • Part V. Coaching
  • ch. 28. Mentoring in postsecondary education and organizational settings
  • Lillian T. Eby and Erin L. Dolan
  • ch. 29. Coaching
  • Jesse Segers, Nicky Dries, and Dirk Versees
  • ch. 30. The synergy project : a group career counseling intervention to enhance work-family management
  • Rachel Gali Cinamon
  • ch. 31. Top-down and bottom-up interventions to increase work engagement
  • Arnold B. Bakker
  • Stephanie T. Burns
  • ch. 32. Promoting the work adjustment of late-career employees
  • Barbara Griffin
  • ch. 33. Job satisfaction, job performance, and success
  • Donald E. Eggerth
  • Part VI. Transitioning
  • ch. 34. Individualized career plans : helping youths create successful school-to-work transitions
  • Chris Wood and Heather Dahl
  • ch. 35. Emerging adult career transitions
  • José F. Domene, Jeffrey Landine, and John Stewart
  • ch. 36. Facilitating midcareer transitions
  • ch. 3. Integrative approaches to career intervention
  • Michael E. Hall and Barbara H. Suddarth
  • ch. 37. Fostering career management using career anchor theory
  • Jared R. Chapman
  • ch. 38. Consultation in litigation
  • Michael Shahnasarian
  • ch. 39. Career interventions : retirement
  • Joanne K. Earl, Alexa Muratore, Cindy Leung, and Tin Wei Yu
  • Patrick J. Rottinghaus and Alec J. Eshelman
Control code
872139370
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9781433817533
Lccn
2014009082
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)872139370

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