Career Counseling of College Students: An Empirical Guide to Strategies That Work
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
Today's college students present a diverse set of career decision-making needs and challenges. Career counselors can enhance their effectiveness when working with this demographic group by increasing their understanding of career development theory, research, and practice. With over 200 beneficial and practical career counseling strategies, Career Counseling of College Students offers the most practical and comprehensive guide in this field.
Contributing authors explore the pros and cons of career classes and workshops, the emotional and spiritual elements involved in choosing a career, and the utilization of computers and the Internet as counseling aids. The book also offers guidance for counseling special student populations such as athletes, returning adults, and minorities. Career counselors will find no resource more helpful for providing definitive, research-based guidance for college students.