Career Assessment With Culturally Different Clients: Proposing An Integrative-sequential Conceptual Framework For Cross-cultural Career Counseling Research And Practice

Title

Career Assessment With Culturally Different Clients: Proposing An Integrative-sequential Conceptual Framework For Cross-cultural Career Counseling Research And Practice

Creator

Leong F T L; Hartung P

Publisher

Journal of Career Assessment

Date

1997
1997

Description

In response to the need for theoretical models to guide counseling and conceptualize career assessment with culturally different clients, the authors propose an integrative-sequential conceptual model for cross-cultural career counseling research and practice. This framework consists of five stages: (a) emergence of career and vocational problems, (b) help-seeking and career services utilization, (c) evaluation of career and vocational problems, (d) career interventions, and (e) outcomes of career interventions. This model may be useful in guiding both career psychology research and career assessment and interventions with culturally different clients.

Subject

asian-americans; Psychology

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

183-202

Issue

2

Volume

5

Citation

Leong F T L; Hartung P, “Career Assessment With Culturally Different Clients: Proposing An Integrative-sequential Conceptual Framework For Cross-cultural Career Counseling Research And Practice,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed March 5, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10707.

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