Career Counseling for Human Development: An International Perspective. (Articles).

Important changes in career guidance practices that occurred during the 20th century can be partly explained by evolution of the contexts (notably, forms of work organization) in which these practices took place. What are the ultimate goals of today’s practices? It seems unlikely that the individual development model, prevalent in guidance for several decades, could […]

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How Can I Get Through to You?

“What happened to the passion we started with? Why aren’t we as close as we used to be?” PROBLEM: If you are a woman who is unfulfilled in your marriage…if you feel unheard or overburdened…if you quietly live in a state of slow-burn resentment… PROBLEM: If you are a man unhappy that your partner seems […]

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Decision Sourcing

We are living in the post-information age, the era of so-called ‘Big Data’. It is a practical possibility for corporations to report, chart and analyse every action, transaction and click that happens inside and outside their business. In Decision Sourcing Roberts and Pakkiri examine what this means to organisational decision making. They explode the myth […]

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H.S. Counseling Wisdom

If you are looking for a quick reference to intriguing topics in High School Counseling, you have found it. Many people don’t know what school counselors really do or can do to have a great impact on their student’s lives and that of the school environment. This book is meant to educate the reader on […]

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How You Can Survive When They’re Depressed

Each year more than 17 million Americans suffer from a depressive illness, yet few suffer in solitude. How You Can Survive When They’re Depressed explores depression from the perspective of those who are closest to the sufferers of this prevalent disorder–spouses, parents, children, and lovers–and gives the successful coping strategies of many people who live […]

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Saving Sammy

The story of one mother’s fight against the medical establishment to prove the link between infection-triggered PANDAS and her son’s sudden-onset OCD and Tourette syndrome. The summer before entering sixth grade, Sammy, a bright and charming boy who lived on the coast of Maine, suddenly began to exhibit disturbing behavior. He walked and ate with […]

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Procedural Justice, Voice Effects and Sham: Examining the Decision Maker from a Research Context Perspective.

ABSTRACT Procedural justice pertains to fairness judgments based on norms of social process involving acceptable behavior and allowance for proper treatment of people (Lind & Tyler, 1988). Research has clearly documented that people perceive procedures are fair when they are given the opportunity to voice their opinions and preferences. While studies clearly support positive effects […]

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Cross Cultural Awareness and Social Justice in Counseling

Many societal and cultural changes have taken place over the past several decades, almost all of which have had a significant effect on the mental health professions. Clinicians find themselves encountering clients from highly diverse backgrounds more and more often, increasing the need for a knowledge of cross-cultural competencies. Ellis and Carlson have brought together […]

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