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This publication contains papers based on program presentations from the 2003 International Career Development Conference. Chapters include: (1) How to Turn Your Passion into a Profit (S. Abbott); (2) Harnessing the Power of Career Transition Groups (M. Adoradio and A. Oja); (3) All the Worlds a Stage Using Theatre in Career Counseling (P. Bechtold); (4) Facilitating the Job Search for Special Needs Clients (C. C. Bennett); (5) Identifying Individual Excellence: The Dependable Strengths Articulation Process (A. Boivin-Brown, J. Haldane, and J. Forster); (6) Dealing with Resistance in Career Coaching/Counseling (D. Lonergan); (7) Using Creative Arts in the Career Assessment Process (C. J. Willia); (8) Key Skills to Help Youth Make Positive Life/Work Transitions (J. Zielke); (9) The Five Private Practice Foundations (J. Chapman); (10) Using the Family of Origin in Career Counseling (R. C. Chope); (11) So You Want to Publish Your Book on the Web? A Simple E-Publishing Guide for Your Fiscal and Mental Sanity (F. Coon); (12) From Drink to Alphabet Soup and Back: The Ebb and Flow if Career Choice Between Partners (S. Gelardin and A. Hochman); (13) The Power of Positive Uncertainty: Making Creative Career Decisions (H. B. Gelatt and C. Gelatt); (14) Multiple Intelligences: Intake Strategies and Career Decision Making (L. Young, R. McCready, and G. Jackson); (15) Federal Consulting Strategies and Tools fro the Career Development Professional (J. B. Kahnweiler and S. Pressman); (16) Creative Career and Life Management (B. McIvor and P. Hawkins); (17) Counseling the Long-Term Unemployed (D. M. Myer, R. C. Chope, S. E. Weisblatt, and K. Knudson); (18) Extraordinary Across the Board (A. Motwane); (19) Mission Middle College (The Middle College Concept) (J. Lang-Jolliff); (20) Career Tracks: Tomorrows Counselors in Todays Career Centers (M. Albert, N. Carlton, and M. Schuster); (21) Looking for a New Sport That Pays Well? Consider the Game of Federal Job Search (K. K. Troutman); (22) The Business Side of a Successful Career Practice (V. VanLier); (23) The New O*Net Assessment Tools for Career Exploration (J. Wall); (24) Spirituality in Career from a New Zealand Maori Perspective (D. S. Furbish and L. Reid); (25) The Not So Accidental Tourist--Internships Abroad (M. K. Holland); (26) Building Bridges to the American Workplace: Employment Counseling with Immigrants and Refugees (L. Robbin); (27) The Living Career: Complexity, Chaos, Connections and Career (D. P. Bloch); (28) Bless the Chaos! Shifting Paradigms: From Independence to Interdependence (N. B. Carlton); (29) Bridging the Gap: Cultural and Family Values in Career Decision-Making (Y. Djadali); (30) Affiliation in the Workplace: Career Counselors and Organizations (K. Yetman, R. Elsdon, and B. Gardner); (31) Career Spirituality-Learning the R.O.P.E.S. (M. Fine); (32) Narrative Journal: Blending Old Theories with New Techniques (L. W. Hirschbein); (33) From Career Decision-Making to Career Management: Its All About Lifelong Learning (P. Jarvis, J. Zielke, and C. Cartwright); (34) Working with Career Stages (M. R. Jonas); (35) Callings: The Power of Passionate Work (G. Levoy); and (36) Beyond DreamWeaving: Honoring Our Connections (M. M. Russell). (GCP)

Descriptors: Career Counseling, Career Development, Counseling Techniques, Counseling Theories, Theory Practice Relationship

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Author: Walz, Garry R., Ed.; Knowdell, Richard L., Ed.

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