An Introduction to Counseling
This book is intended to serve as an introductory learning tool for the counselor-in-training. Furthermore, the authors believe that the practicing counselor, even an individual with many years of experience can benefit from having the text in his office as a source of reference, a handbook, and as a refresher on points that too often become obscured by time.
It should be helpful to list the typical occupational titles of people in public schools, colleges and universities, public agencies, in private practice, and in business and industry who do counseling. These people need to prepare for acquiring competency as counselors and to maintain and sharpen this competency once it is acquired.
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