Career Identity: here are 5 important facts you need to know about a career as a Trauma counselor
career identity as a trauma counselor
Discuss additional ways you can find out more about occupations of interest as it specifically relates to your own career identity.
Discuss what information you used to both confirm feasible choices and rule out those that are not of interest.
Discuss where you can go to gain additional information to further develop your career identity.
Perhaps these are conferences, professional groups, books, and websites that you would like to mention.
You might want to include the Program Evaluation project and other research paper critiques you did in the Research Methods course if you are interested in further developing your research skills as a counselor.
By completing the above areas, you have fully assessed your career identity.
Next, discuss how this information will apply to your job search.
Think about how the information you have acquired in this entire process applies to your job search overall.
How will you approach the process of drafting your resume/CV, preparing for job interviews, the strategies you will use to generate networking connections and job leads, target audiences you will reach out to, and so on?
Just find some job resources that counselors could use to find jobs fit for them and answer some of the questions.
Attached is the Program evaluation from my research methods class it mentions.
It rally doesn’t need to be that extensive just 1 1/2 pages at max I’m adding it to a paper I already wrote most of