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E-BOOK - Clinical Supervision of Career Development Practitioners: Practical Strategies
Author/Editor: Judith M. Hoppin and Jane Goodman
Authors: Judith M. Hoppin and Jane Goodman
This monograph is an easy and interesting resource to read for anyone involved in the area of career supervision. Whether the supervision is required to meet certification and licensing requirements or for the growth and development of the practitioner, we offer this monograph as an exploration of supervision around career issues, emphasizing specific and additional elements beyond general clinical supervision. The monograph is designed for individuals supervising career counselors, vocational psychologists, career development facilitators, coaches, student affairs personnel working in career services, school counselors in the career aspects of their work, and others engaged in providing career service to students and clients. (2014)
The Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO SUPERVISION
Chapter 2 SUPERVISION MODELS AND STRATEGIES
Chapter 3 SUPERVISORY TECHNIQUES AND COMMON CAREER PRACTITIONER ISSUES
Chapter 4 ON-GOING SUPERVISION
Chapter 5 ALTERNATE MODES OF SUPERVISION
Chapter 6 ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES
Chapter 7 EVALUATION OF THE PRACTITIONER AND THE SUPERVISOR
Appendix A Sample Outline of a Disclosure Statement
Appendix B Sample Template for an Informed Consent Agreement
Appendix C Sample Template for Supervisor Notes
Appendix D Template for Evaluating the Career Practitioner
Appendix E Evaluation of the Supervisor and Supervision
The need for methods of supervision of practitioners has long been discussed. This book is an excellent resource for current and future clinical supervisors in their work with career practitioners.
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- Individual/Group Counseling and Facilitation Skills
- Coaching/Consultation/Performance Improvement
- Ethical/Legal Issues
- Post Secondary
- Independent/Private Practice
Clinical Supervision is also available in print!Stock#: 951.5 Mfr#: ISBN: 978-1-885333-42-1
John L. Holland's Autobiography and Theory of Careers
In 1959, John L. Holland introduced a theory of vocational choices involving personality typology (widely known in the career development field as the Holland Code, or RIASEC). Included with this previously unpublished autobiography are book chapters, journal articles and other original source material that will enhance the reader's understanding of both the theory and the scientist. (Rayman & Gottfredson, 2020)
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