Career Counseling Final Exam
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4 Developmental Stages
ruling out unacceptable options based on their perceived fit with ones developing self-concept. In the early stages this filtering process is quite crude and inaccurate, but it is lasting.
4 Developmental Stages (Gottfredson)
Orientation to size and power
Orientation to sex roles
Orientation to social valuation
Orientation to the internal, unique self
individuals may be inclined to sacrifice roles they see as more compatible with their self-concept in favour of those that are perceived to be more easily accessible.
Self Creation (Gottfredson)
individuals look for avenues or niches to express their genetic proclivities within the boundaries of their own cultural environment.
Cognitive Information Processing Approach (CIP)
Individuals can benefit from questioning their belief systems about themselves and their occupations - and to learn effective strategies to make career decisions.
The CASVE cycle
1st - External or Internal Problem signals
Super's 5 life stages
Growth (Age: birth - 14)
Exploration (Age 15 - 24)
Establishment (Age 25 - 44)
Maintenance (Age 45 -64)
Decline (Age 65+)
Role Salience (Super)
refers to the importance individuals ascribe to roles played out in various domains such as work and family.
is moving from one stage to the next
happens as the result of a setback
Self Concept (Super)
How do people view themselves and their situation.
Four factors that influence career decision making (Krumboltz)
•Genetic endowment and special abilities
•Environmental conditions and events
*Task approach skills
Planned Happenstance (Krumboltz)