Academic journal article Professional School Counseling

Something for Everyone

Academic journal article Professional School Counseling

Something for Everyone

Article excerpt

The reviews in this issue of PSC offer excellent selections from three unique and distinct topical areas for school counselors. If one of your roles covers career counseling or career development, the review by Debra Osborn (University of Southern Florida) on the latest from Holland's theory and the Self-Directed Search is a must read. As Osborn points out, school counselors are challenged to do as much as they can for their students in career development. More specifically, students need to spend time in learning about and exploring career options as well as their own interests and abilities so they can make free and informed choices about their future. This review outlines the guidance that the Self-Directed Search and other career assessments can provide to school counselors in their career counseling.

Remember theory class in your master's program? That's where many counselors were first introduced to the work of William Glasser and Reality Therapy. Glasser has made significant contributions to the field of counseling and schools for more than 35 years. Daya Sandhu (University of Louisville) gives us a detailed overview of Glasser's latest work on the "theory of choice. …

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