Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling
March 2013 | issue 30
New perspectives on career coaching
This edition contains the latest thinking on career coaching. It features the results of a recent survey and papers focused on practice in public and private sector contexts. There are also new conceptual pieces and contributions from course providers outlining their distinctive approaches. In short, this edition is essential reading for anyone connected with this growing and exciting field.
- The changing shape of the career profession in the UK – Charles Jackson
- Career coaching in private practice: a personal view – Denise Taylor
- Lost in translation: career coaching deaf students – Lynne Barnes and Elizabeth F. Bradley
- Careers guidance and career coaching – what’s the big idea? – Bill Law
- Developing sustainable career coaching in the workplace – Rob Nathan and Wendy Hirsh
- The education and training of career coaches: a psychological model – Janet Sheath
- A positive approach to career coaching – Julia Yates
- Creating career coaching – Gill Frigerio and Phil McCash
Subscription and membership
The Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling (ISSN 2046-1348) is published twice a year (cover price £20 per issue) and can be purchased via an annual subscription (£35 UK or £50 overseas including postage).
Membership of NICEC is also available (£100). Members receive the journal, free attendance at NICEC events and other benefits. For information on journal subscription or membership, please contact Wendy Hirsh: firstname.lastname@example.org
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