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Career Theory, Development, and Appraisal: A Guide for Human Services, Paperback by Busacca PhD, Louis A. (Used)

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9780578440750
057844075X

Publication Date: 2019-06-04
Paperback : 300 pages
Author: Busacca PhD, Louis A.
ISBN-10: 057844075X
ISBN-13: 9780578440750

Product Description In this text, students and career practitioners will gain an introduction to career theory, development, and appraisal. This reader-friendly guide is unique in that it covers issues experienced by diverse clients, and practical career service approaches for entry-level practitioners. This text is an excellent resource for courses in human services, counselor education, school counseling, social work, and vocational rehabilitation. The text explores unique topics such as modern career theories, workplace issues, culture and context, assessment, technology, legal and ethical issues, career readiness in high school, and special populations. Review "At long last, a book that provides a stellar overview everything human services students need in relation to providing basic career services.The long and collaborative relationship Busacca and Rehfuss have, as editors, continues in this book in which they have packed as much as possible. The book is concise, yet comprehensive. The result is an invaluable resource for students enrolled in human services programs. Beginning with the foundation of necessary qualifications and factors related to the helping relationship, the content builds, layer by layer, to educate and inform readers as to the many work concerns, they can expect to encounter, when working with clients, and how to be helpful in those situations. Each chapter includes empirical support to the content and a plethora of web resources that will aid students in connecting to additional content important to the topic of career. This book makes a magnificent contribution to the field of human services and will be a valuable resource for students entering the profession. My only disappointment is that such a valuable resource was unavailable when pursuing my own degree in human services!" -Susan R. Barclay, PhD, LPC-C, LPC-S, NCC, GCDF-I Associate Professor & Program Coordinator College Student Personnel Administration (CSPA) University of Central Arkansas  __________________________________ "Busacca and Rehfuss have created a valuable resource for Human Service professionals seeking to understand and help others with employment and careers in a challenging world. Work, employment, or unemployment is one of the primary issues facing every person and family we interact with. This text lays a foundation to develop the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to assist clients and their families holistically with their work and lives." -Tammi F. Dice, PhD Past-President of NOHS  Associate Dean of COEPF  Old Dominion University  __________________________________ "This resource is masterfully crafted providing human services professionals with an invaluable resource to effectively administer career services. Busacca and Rehfuss have distilled the essential elements of career theory, assessment, and practice into consumable information with specific pointers for application to a variety of populations in a multitude of settings. The specific focus on cultural considerations throughout contextualizes career services for human services professionals respecting the identities of those receiving services." -Seth C. W. Hayden, PhD Assistant Professor of Counseling Wake Forest University National Career Development Association Board Member __________________________________ "Targeted to reach the next generation of human service providers, Busacca and Rehfuss provide an outstanding guide for a contemporary understanding of career theory,development and appraisal.  This book is distinguished by its emphasis on how work and career are personal, requiring practitioners to meet the needs of individuals with various dimensions of identity by providing inclusive and holistic services.  Human service practitioners, educators and students will find this book a lively and informative resource that addresses salient career issues in our ever-changing world of work." -Cassandra A. Stor


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