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101 careers in counseling

Author: Shannon Hodges
Publisher: New York : Springer Pub., ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shannon Hodges
ISBN: 9780826108586 082610858X 9780826108593 0826108598
OCLC Number: 747528692
Description: xix, 311 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The profession of counseling --
Counseling as a career --
Counseling children and families --
Counseling the elderly --
Counseling in school settings --
Counseling in college and university settings --
Career and vocational counseling --
Counseling in community mental health settings --
Counseling in private practice --
Counseling in correctional institutions and the legal arena --
Counseling in the military --
Counseling in health care organizations --
Counseling in crisis intervention and emergency management --
Spiritual-based counseling --
Creative arts counseling --
International counseling careers --
Emerging fields and professions in counseling --
The counselor in nontraditional careers --
Financing your education --
Counselors and the job search.
Other Titles: One hundred one careers in counseling
One hundred and one careers in counseling
Responsibility: Shannon Hodges.
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