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E-BOOK Developing a Helping Relationship
Career Knowledge Series
This topic covers the use of helping skills by the practitioner from the initial intake interview with the client through termination of the relationship. Specifically, you will be able to define and apply the helping skills, construct open- and closed-ended questions and identify a client’s needs, strengths, and barriers. In addition, the chapter covers helping clients in establishing long- and short term goals and using this as a foundation of an action plan.
This is one part of a multi-book series which includes 8 titles focused on key career development competencies. Each book is between 30 and 80 pages and can be purchased independently or as a set. Continue shopping to view each one in the series or the whole Career Knowledge Series.
Read more about the "Career Knowledge Series" in NCDA's web magazine, Career Convergence.Stock#: 803.1E Mfr#: 978-1-885333-47-6
The purpose of this book is to increase career practitioners’ awareness of the transition issues and resources specific to veterans and to provide several examples of how a practitioner might walk a veteran through the career planning process.
Authors: Carmen Stein-McCormick, Debra S. Osborn, Seth C.W. Hayden, Dan Van Hoose with Military Consultants: Thomas McCormick, USN (Ret.), Major C. Camille LaDrew, USAF
On sale for $15 until May 31, 2021. Select either the print or ebook (PDF). Shipping and handling charges still apply.
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