Data on Career Development Detailed by M.C. Rehfuss and Co-Authors
2011 MAY 20 - (VerticalNews.com) -- "The authors investigated counselors' perspectives on using the Career Style Interview (CSI) with clients who had career concerns. were a purposive sample of 34 counselors who had been trained in and who had used the CSI with clients," scientists in Virginia Beach, United States report.
"The findings indicated that the counselors viewed the CSI as a helpful and positive career counseling intervention. It was most effective at identifying clients' life themes and assisted them with making meaningful career decisions," wrote M.C. Rehfuss and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "Implications of these findings for career counseling practice and research are also discussed."
Rehfuss and colleagues published their study in Career Development Quarterly (Counselors' Perspectives on Using the Career Style Interview With Clients. Career Development Quarterly, 2011;59(3):208-218).
For more information, contact M.C. Rehfuss, Regent University, School Psychology & Counseling, 1000 Regent University Dr., CRB 221, Virginia Beach, VA 23464, United States.
Publisher contact information for the journal Career Development Quarterly is: National Career Development Association, 4700 Reed Rd., Ste. M, Columbus, OH 43220, USA.
Keywords: City:Virginia Beach, State:Virginia, Country:United States, Region:North and Central America, Career Development
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