Career Development Quarterly

The quarterly official journal of the National Career Development Association (NCDA). Publishes articles on career interventions, career counseling, individual and organizational career development, work and leisure, career education, career coaching, and

Articles from Vol. 59, No. 3, March

Career Style Interview: A Contextualized Approach to Career Counseling
Clarification of a client's self-concept and its implementation in the world of work remains an overarching goal of career counseling. To date, counselors have largely used objective measures of interests, values, needs, and abilities in their efforts...
Counselors' Perspectives on Using the Career Style Interview with Clients
The authors investigated counselors' perspectives on using the Career Style Interview (CSI) with clients who had career concerns. Participants were a purposive sample of 34 counselors who had been trained in and who had used the CSI with clients. The...
Decision Making in Voluntary Career Change: An Other-Than-Rational Perspective
The authors present a qualitative study of voluntary career change, which highlighted the importance of positive emotions, unplanned action, and building certainty and perceiving continuity in the realization of change. Interpretative phenomenological...
Educated Immigrant Women Workers Doing Well with Change: Helping and Hindering Factors
The authors investigated the strategies that helped or hindered 10 immigrant women workers to do well with change that affected their work. A total of 182 incidents were extracted and grouped into 9 categories: personal beliefs/traits/values, taking...
The Exploration of Role Induction as a Potential Method for Improving Men's Perceptions of Career Counseling
The authors explored the influence of role induction on men's perceptions of career counseling and attitudes toward seeking professional help. Two separate role inductions were presented to 268 male college students; the first discussed holistic career...
Toward a Mediation Model of Employability Enhancement: A Study of Employee-Supervisor Pairs in the Building Sector
This study examines whether jobs that enable competence development and a constructive leadership style enhance workers' employability or career potential through their assumed positive relationship with work-related flow (absorption, work enjoyment,...
Using Sand Trays and Miniature Figures to Facilitate Career Decision Making
Sand tray therapy has earned status as a respected, often powerful, therapeutic modality. Counselors have used sand trays and figures for a variety of purposes with children, adolescents, adults, families, and groups. This modality can also be used to...
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