'This book lives up to its billing. It adds to the literature on CBT and
careers counselling and will benefit practitioners in both fields' -
Windy Dryden, Professor of Psychotherapeutic Studies and Programme Co-ordinator of the MSc in Rational-Emotive and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Goldsmiths, University of London
A really useful book linking coaching with CBT
Interesting background reading for all Under-graduate students
This is one of the best Career Practitioner books I have read in a long time. It blends theory and practice marvellously with case studies to help earth things. I have adopted some of the models in my own career coaching
This book is very well laid out easy to follow. Very useful principles and skills for supporting clients. Looking at many areas of the job role giving examples and key points.
Supporting clients in education chapter was helpful within my FE role. Fantastic book at supporting my development within my role.
Helpful book, with a clear layout. Some interesting Reflecting and discuss questions at the end of each chapter.
This is a very clear introduction to an area of burgeoning interest for careers practitioners. It introduces key concepts in a clear, accessible style that is also underpinned by considerable expertise. It is an essential part of our course readings for postgraduate students
Not quite what I need at the moment
A useful overview of the many uses of cognitive behavioural approaches in careers work, accessible and well presented.
A supportive text which can help students better understand and help sustain the circle of change
Useful for lecturers generally but not for preregistration courses. Enjoyable read with ideas to motivate students towards their individual and organisational goals.
This would be a good book for those students we teach who deliver employaility and soft skills. There are some interesting points and is an easy read too.
The text is very well written and presented. It provides both interesting and realistic practical exercises and examples that can be incorporated into practice development. The theory that the text relates to is very sound and up to date. The sequence of the chapters is a very logical and allows gradual key developments in the reader. I particularly like the emphasis on the development of reflective practice.
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