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≪Organizer Abstract≫
Career intervention is in increasing demand in today's era of rapid change, but it lacks integrated models and evaluation tools for assessing its effectiveness. Vocational psychologists and career counselors need more specific methods and models in order to help people make better decisions. Focusing on empirical-based intervention studies, this symposium will present the findings of researchers from five different regions and countries. Topics include RAISE-up career counseling model (Taiwan), effects of career guidance training (Hong Kong), multifaceted career intervention assessment tool (Israel), career intervention in group counseling (China), and an overall analysis of career intervention of the past 20 years (USA). A psychologist from Portugal would then give comments on all the presented research, and there will also be time for Q&A.
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