Psychology for Careers Counselling by Ruth Holdsworth (auth.)

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Careers counsellors will find particularly challenging the nine purposes or sub-goals Wicks ascribes to the counselling interview. After reading these, counsellors will need to ask themselves to what extent they define goals for their interviews (let alone help the clients to clarify theirs) and then, the crux of practice, to check out how well they achieve these joint objectives in the time available. 'Interviewing' lies at the core of, and is a major part of, what the careers adviser does. e.

F. KNOW YOURSELF Would I have chosen for this to have happened? Am I proactive in new situations: do I take initiatives, have a purpose as opposed to sitting back and waiting on events? Do I know what I want from this new situation? Do I know what I don't want from this new situation? If I feel under stress do I know what I can do to help myself? Do I know how to use my feelings as indicators of where I am? 2. a. b. c. KNOW YOUR NEW SITUATION Can I describe the transition? Do I know how I'm expected to behave?

If you don't know where you're going, you'll probably end up somewhere else' (Campbell, 1974). ' 'In six months I want to be able to go out on my own, to visit friends by myself, and to have developed one new interest' (this was an objective of a recent widow in one of my workshops). Z. DO I KNOW WHAT MY GOALS ARE FOR THIS TRANSITION AND FOR MY LIFE GENERALLY? This requires the specific skill of knowing how to set, define, and refine obj ectives. 3. DO I KNOW HOW TO MAKE AND IMPLEMENT ACTION PLANS?

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