A practical introduction for those training in the field of career development, career counselling and career coaching, this book will take your students through established and emerging theory and the different contexts in which career ...
Author: Hazel Reid
A practical introduction for those training in the field of career development, career counselling and career coaching, this book will take your students through established and emerging theory and the different contexts in which career work takes place introducing the key skills, techniques and models they’ll need. Professional issues such as the use of digital technologies highlight the contemporary context of careers work and all of this is brought to life through engaging case studies and reflective questions, highlighting the practical applications of what is being learnt.
Having obtained an understanding of cognitive and behavioural theory in relation
to career counselling and coaching, the reader is introduced to a range of
motivational techniques in Chapter 2 aimed at helping clients to achieve success
Author: Steve Sheward
Are you a career counsellor or coach in need of a new skills set to help meet the challenges of supporting clients? This book is for you. It is the first to combine the theory & practice of CBT with career counselling, presenting cognitive & behavioural approaches to help clients think & act more effectively in challenging situations in order to obtain their goals. Providing clear, practical strategies & a wealth of materials that can be used with clients in one-to-one or group settings, the book introduces: - theory of cognitive & behavioural psychological approaches within the context of career counselling - motivational techniques to help clients succeed at interview - how to help clients make effective vocational/educational choices & excel in the workplace - professional issues i.e., assessment tools, ethical issues, evaluation - self-management, using CBT techniques on yourself. This is essential reading for trainees studying for a careers guidance qualification, as well as CBT trainees wishing to go on to career counselling. Steve Sheward is a Careers Counsellor & CBT Therapist working in the NHS. He was previously director of the Connexions Service in South London. Rhena Branch is an experienced CBT Therapist & author, teaching the MSc in RECBT at Goldsmith's University.
Readers will be introduced to the three core approaches of counselling, coaching and mentoring, and shown how they work across a variety of settings, including therapy, teaching, social work and nursing.
Author: Jane Westergaard
Readers will be introduced to the three core approaches of counselling, coaching and mentoring, and shown how they work across a variety of settings, including therapy, teaching, social work and nursing. Part 1 takes readers through the theory, approaches and skills needed for helping work, and includes chapters on: The differences and similarities of counselling, coaching and mentoring Foundational and advanced skills for effective helping Supervision and reflective practice Ethical helping and working with diversity Part 2 shows how helping skills look in practice, in a variety of different helping professions. 10 specially-written case studies show you the intricacies of different settings and client groups, including work in schools, hospitals, telephone helplines and probation programs.
Careers. counselling. and. guidance. Diane. Bailey. Introduction Work is a major
source of identity and status in our society. Changes in ... At the same time there
is evidence of skills shortages and of the inadequate training of the workforce.
Author: Gladeana McMahon
The Handbook of Counselling provides a comprehensive and up-to-the-minute guide for counsellors and those using counselling skills in other professions. The contributors, all experienced practitioners, explore the major arenas and settings in which counselling is practised as well as the key themes and issues faced by those working in this field. This edition of the handbook has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the pace of growth and change within counselling over recent years. Six new chapters have been added, covering: * brief and time-limited counselling * working with adults abused as children * trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder * counsellor-client exploitation * private practice * counselling in voluntary settings. Published in association with the British Association for Counselling, the Handbook of Counselling provides a definitive source of information and guidance for counsellors both in training and practice.
INFORMATION / RESOURCES Information / resource base and knowledge
essential for professionals engaging in career counseling . Demonstration of
knowledge of : 1 . Education , training , and employment trends ; labor market
Author: Robert L. Gibson
Publisher: Prentice Hall
For courses in Career Counseling. Taking a contemporary, global view, Introduction to Career Counseling for the 21st Century offers readers a modern look at the field of career counseling-addressing both the foundations of the field and the impact globalization, technology, and diversity play in the future of the profession. Chapter opening quotes from distinguished counseling professionals help set the tone as chapter content explores career development theories, assessment techniques, diverse populations, legal and ethical guidelines, career counseling across life stages, and more. Case studies, class activities and an accompanying DVD add practical application to theoretical content, making the text a comprehensive resource for career development courses today.
The book also explores materials available to careers counsellors and includes a discussion of important issues affecting training and development of advisers in the public sector.
Author: Lynda Ali
Publisher: Psychology Press
The Counselling Approach to Careers Guidance offers a structured model which can be adapted to meet the specific needs of every client. Each of the four stages in illustrated with examples of good practice, showing how to establish the purpose of the interview, the counsellor/client relationship, the key issues for the client and the options available. Using this approach the counsellor is able to help the client move towards a realistic plan of action and to provide the client with the means and the motivation to continue the process independently. The book also explores materials available to careers counsellors and includes a discussion of important issues affecting training and development of advisers in the public sector. This will be a useful handbook for experienced advisers and trainees, in the careers service and a range of professional settings.
College Coach Head and assistant coaching positions for males and females are
available on college campuses. ... Helping with tutors, study sessions, class
schedules, and career guidance are some of the duties of the academic
Author: Patricia A. Floyd
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
Unique to Thomson Wadsworth. This booklet takes students through the complicated process of picking the type of careers they want to pursue, how to prepare for the transition into the working world, and insight to different types of career paths, education requirements, and reasonable salary expectations. Included is also a designated chapter that discusses some of the legal issues that surround the workplace, including discrimination and harassment. This supplement is complete with personal development activities designed to encourage the students to focus and develop better insight into their future.
Careers counselling and guidance Diane Bailey Introduction Work is a major
source of identity and status in our society . ... At the same time there is evidence
of skills shortages and of the inadequate training of the workforce . Political ...
Author: Windy Dryden
This is a handbook of the main fields of counselling activity in Britain. It is designed to be used as a source of information for professionals and students of counselling and allied professionals, both practising and training.
Careers counselling Using counselling skills to assist clients with career choice ,
career development and career ... Client - centred coaching An approach to
coaching that allows clients to retain ownership of their problems , values their ...
Author: Richard Nelson-Jones
Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited
Good counseling skills are the key to effective helping relationships. Introduction to Counseling Skills, Second Edition is designed to help readers acquire and develop these skills, using an easy, three-stage model. Drawing on many years experience as a counselor, trainer and writer, Richard Nelson-Jones describes in detail each stage in the helping process and gives examples to show how the skills work in practice. The examples also demonstrate the variety of contexts in which counseling skills are commonly used, as well as the diversity of issues and problems they can help to address. The book covers: what counselling skills are; how to conduct sessions; ways to clarify and expand your understanding; how to improve your listening skills; and ethical skills.
The career guidance teachertold me Iwould have to spend at least four years at
university to follow my dream. ... Simon Whaley, author of The Positively
Productive Writer, says in the introduction of his book, 'Do I have a degree in
Author: Sarah-Beth Watkins
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Life Coaching for Writers is a self-help and personal development guide for every writer that will help you to unleash your creative potential. Whether you are a fiction or non-fiction writer, it's not always easy to be creative - life conspires to throw up obstacles, fears and external influences that get in the way of our writing lives. It is aimed at writers who know that they want to write but are struggling to realize their full potential. It is specifically aimed at more experienced writers who have had some successes and want to move from the life of an amateur scribbler to a professional writer.
Introduction Providing advice is complex and potentially problematic. ... labels
including advising, coaching, counselling, and mentoring, and the focus of
workplace advice ranges from macro-level careercounselling to micro-level
feedback on ...
Author: Holger Limberg
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
This multi-faceted collection of research papers on Advice in Discourse focuses on advisory practices in different contexts. Data is drawn from academic, educational and training settings, health-related practices, and computer-mediated communication. The languages involved are Cantonese, English, Finnish, Japanese, Spanish and Russian. The chapters treat professional and institutional practices, practices that contain peer interaction within an institutional framework, and non-institutional peer interaction, as well as solicited and non-solicited advice in written and spoken form. The work reported on clearly demonstrates the complexity of the advisory activity, which needs to be studied in its cultural framework and interactional context. The richness and diversity of this practice is studied from different methodological angles, covering qualitative and quantitative as well as theoretical and empirical analyses. The volume provides a comprehensive introduction to the research field, thought-provoking theoretical discussions and extensive references for future research. It is essential for linguists, advice-practitioners and for those who want to learn more about the discourse of advice.
with the introduction of computer - aided guidance systems , such as PROSPECT
, which help students assess their ... Careers advisers in higher education have a
wide range of employment and training backgrounds and this is likely to affect ...
Author: Ray Woolfe
Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited
`This book, without question, must be read by students and practitioners, alike. It is readable, insightful, authoritative, it accurately reflects the development and current status of the profession and is a much welcomed resource' - British Psychological Society Counselling Psychology Review `The authors successfully integrate psychological knowledge of life-span development, counselling practice, the helping relationship, the enhancement of psychological well-being and the insights of scientist practitioners in order to clarify the distinctive contribution which counselling psychologists have to offer to the field of counselling and psychotherapy. It is an essential resource for practitioners' - Helen
This book: links the biggest ever research project on teaching strategies to practical classroom implementation champions both teacher and student perspectives and contains step by step guidance including lesson preparation, interpreting ...
Author: John Hattie
In November 2008, John Hattie's ground-breaking book Visible Learning synthesised the results of more thanfifteen years research involving millions of students and represented the biggest ever collection of evidence-based research into what actually works in schools to improve learning. Visible Learning for Teachers takes the next step and brings those ground breaking concepts to a completely new audience. Written for students, pre-service and in-service teachers, it explains how to apply the principles of Visible Learning to any classroom anywhere in the world. The author offers concise and user-friendly summaries of the most successful interventions and offers practical step-by-step guidance to the successful implementation of visible learning and visible teaching in the classroom. This book: links the biggest ever research project on teaching strategies to practical classroom implementation champions both teacher and student perspectives and contains step by step guidance including lesson preparation, interpreting learning and feedback during the lesson and post lesson follow up offers checklists, exercises, case studies and best practice scenarios to assist in raising achievement includes whole school checklists and advice for school leaders on facilitating visible learning in their institution now includes additional meta-analyses bringing the total cited within the research to over 900 comprehensively covers numerous areas of learning activity including pupil motivation, curriculum, meta-cognitive strategies, behaviour, teaching strategies, and classroom management. Visible Learning for Teachers is a must read for any student or teacher who wants an evidence based answer to the question; 'how do we maximise achievement in our schools?'
6 Strategies to improve performance: coaching, sponsoring and mentoring 69
Objectives 69 Introduction 70 Factors leading to ... staff through counselling 89
Objectives 89 Introduction 90 Counselling in the work context 91 Your role as a
counsellor 92 Looking after ... checklist 112 9 Career management and
development 113 Objectives 113 Introduction 114 Aspects of career 115 Career
paths 116 ...
Author: Select Knowledge, Helen Simms
Publisher: Select Knowledge Limited
This title considers motivation and the role of the manager in motivating others to perform, looking at performance review systems and considers the skills and techniques of setting objectives and giving feedback. Also the importance of induction and career management and development.
Introduction In this short introduction we aim to explore the nature of coaching
and mentoring as tools for individual and ... intervention to other organizational
interventions such as mentoring, careers counseling, appraisals, and feedback.
Author: Jonathan Passmore
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A state-of-the-art reference, drawing on key contemporary research to provide an in-depth, international, and competencies-based approach to the psychology of coaching and mentoring. Puts cutting-edge evidence at the fingertips of organizational psychology practitioners who need it most, but who do not always have the time or resources to keep up with scholarly research Thematic chapters cover theoretical models, efficacy, ethics, training, the influence of emerging fields such as neuroscience and mindfulness, virtual coaching and mentoring and more Contributors include Anthony Grant, David Clutterbuck, Susan David, Robert Garvey, Stephen Palmer, Reinhard Stelter, Robert Lee, David Lane, Tatiana Bachkirova and Carol Kauffman With a Foreword by Sir John Whitmore
This is an excellent, no-nonsense introduction to the field of coaching for developing practitioners.
Author: Janice Dexter
This is an excellent, no-nonsense introduction to the field of coaching for developing practitioners. Using a rich array of examples from both life and business coaching, the book covers: o foundations of coaching o coaching processes o the range of coaching models, skills, attitudes and methods o the psychological underpinnings to the main theoretical approaches to coaching, e.g. cognitive, TA, NLP o different applications of coaching e.g in life-, executive- , or career-coaching o key professional issues such as ethics, evidence-based practice and contracts. o how to present and market your coaching identity and skills. Blending theory and practice, with examples and exercises, the book is aimed at professionals from a range of backgrounds, whether therapeutic, educational or business in orientation, who want to expand and transfer their skills to the coaching profession. It is essential reading on all coaching & mentoring courses.