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2-2 Activity: Career Counseling Theories

2-2 Activity: Career Counseling Theories

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2-2 Activity: Career Counseling TheoriesAssignmentIn this activity, you will examine the different career counseling theories, including ethical considerations, and present them in a graphic organizer.

In the final project case assessment report, you will be required to discuss what theory you used while working with your client. This activity will assist you in identifying what theory you may be most drawn to and what theory will work best while working with your client in this course.

To complete this assignment, review the Career Counseling Theories Activity Guidelines and Rubric document.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

  •   Include five different theories.
  •   Name the theorists associated with the theories.
  •   Explain the main elements of the theories.
  •   Discuss the ethical considerations associated with the theories.
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COU 630 Graphic Organizer Template One

Theory 4 Name

Theorist

Theory 5 Name

Theorist

Main elements

Ethical considerations

Main elements

Ethical considerations

Theory 1 Name

Theorist

Main elements

Theory 2 Name

Theorist

Theory 3 Name

Theorist

Ethical considerations

Main elements

Ethical considerations

Main elements

Ethical considerations

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