The Career Counselor's Handbook

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Ten Speed Press, 2007 - Education - 308 pages
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With more than sixty-five combined years of experience in the career development field, Howard Figler and Richard Nelson Bolles are the undisputed authorities when it comes to helping people find meaningful work. In this revised and updated second edition of their classic guide for career counselors, Figler and Bolles show aspiring counselors how to break into the business, and give experienced counselors ideas for improving effectiveness and recharging their practice. Outlining tools, problem-solving tips, and ethical values for today'?s career counselor, THE CAREER COUNSELOR'?S HANDBOOK features new information about performing the Annual Career Checkup, choosing Essence over Ego, and using the Internet-while celebrating the fact that even career counselors need counsel once in a while.
 

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This book has been very helpful in my training as a career counselor. I really love the writing style and the philosophies involved in this book. Read full review

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RICHARD NELSON BOLLES is the best-selling author of WHAT COLOR IS YOUR PARACHUTE? and has been a leader in the career development field for more than 35 years. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Howard Figler, PhD, has been a nationally known speaker, writer, and career counselor for thirty years. The author of seven books, including The Complete Job-Search Handbook, Figler was formerly the career center director at the University of Texas at Austin and director of counseling at Dickinson College. He lives in Sacramento, California.

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