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Is an interpersonal process that moves beyond providing client-relevant information to broader issues such as career development and the integration of life and education roles with work roles. It involves exploring the other person’s point of view, tentatively offering other angles for consideration and discussing possible action planning with the client. Career counseling helps individuals achieve greater self-awareness, develop a life/work direction, increase their understanding of learning, education and work opportunities, and become more self-directed in managing learning, education, work and transitions. It facilitates the acquisition of skills, interests, beliefs, values, work habits, and personal qualities enabling each individual to create a satisfying life in constantly changing cultural, social, and work environments.

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