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Guidance and Counselling

Guidance and Counselling

Author(s):
  • Asha K. Kinra
  • Jai Narain Vyas
  • Author: Asha K. Kinra
    • ISBN:9788131715277
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131715272
    • Price:Rs. 550.00
    • Pages:176
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    Individuals, especially the young, face myriad problems related to growing up, social adjustment, education, and career. The guidance essential for appropriate resolution of the various crises that arise is usually provided by teachers, parents, and peer group. However, given the complexity of modern life, the transitional nature of society, an increasing variety in the nature and extent of individual problems, trained counsellors are required for providing adequate guidance to the youth.

    Table of Content

    1. Guidance
    2. Understanding the Individual: Testing Techniques
    3. Understanding the Individual: Non-testing Techniques
    4. Knowing the Environment
    5. Placement Service
    6. Follow – up Service
    7. Evaluation and Research
    8. Educational Guidance
    9. Vocational Guidance
    10. Personal Social Guidance
    11. Counseling
    12. Process of Counseling
    13. Skill of the Counsellor
    14. Group counseling
    15. Modern Trends in Counselling

    Salient Features

    • Qualitative and quantitative techniques for understanding the individual and their environment.
    • Educational, vocational, and personal social guidance.
    • Placement and follow-up services.
    • Counselling process, counsellors' skills, and group counselling.
    • Latest trends in the field.