Worksheet #2: Ch. 4 & 5
1. Chapter 4 opens with a discussion of two essential member skills. Identify
The two essential member skills are disclosure and feedback. Self-disclosure is defined
as the willingness to take risks and describe oneself whil
Worksheet Erford Ch. Ch. 7
What are two primary tasks that members deal with during early group formation?
The two primary tasks that members attend to during early group formation are identity
and inclusion. Finding ones identity in a group invol
Worksheet Erford Ch. 10
Termination: The end of a relationship in its current capacity; an essential part of the
Identify one challenge of the termination stage that you can see also being a challenge
for you, and talk about what you
Chapter 10: Goal-Setting Skills
Why set goals? To track progress!
Listening skills are extremely important
The problem can be handled
Together you will improve the situation
Break it down into smaller units
Good goals are specific, based on clients nee
Worksheet Erford Ch. Ch. 6
What is planned flexibility in regards to preparing for a group, and what will this mean in
particular to your own acquisition of competence?
As a counselor, it is really important to have set plan to help members achiev
Work Adjustment Theory
What are the two big names associated with Work Adjustment Theory?
Dawis and Lofquist
What is the definition of Work Adjustment?
Continuous and dynamic process by which a worker seeks to achieve and maintain corresponden
Chapters 2 and Lecture Including Lecture and Slides on Parsons and Origins of Career Counseling
What was the famous book authored by Parsons related to careers published in 1909?
Choosing a Vocation
Know general info about Parsons
Parsons work was one o
Chapter 3 Occupations: Information and Theory
Study what Savickas (2011) says about the current world of work, the kinds of workers we are seeing, time on
the job, etc.
Full-time employment is still dominant
There has been an increase in temporary and p
Career Chapter 1 and Lecture
Brown (2007) Career Intervention, Career Guidance, Career Education, Career Information
A career intervention is a deliberate act aimed at enhancing some aspect of a persons career
development, including influencing the caree