Changing Concerns in Educational and Vocational Counseling

  • J. G. Woodsworth


Technologically advanced nations have moved farenough into the post-industrial era so that they are now experiencing- strong so- cial pressures for greater flexibility in the formal education and career planning of both youth and adults. Such flexibility must take into account the life-long nature of educational processes and the changing nature of work. Accordingly, the vocational psychologist will need to re-examine his past pre-occupations in order to ascertain whether or not his models and empirical data are any longer relevant to the solution

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Woodsworth, J. G. (2012). Changing Concerns in Educational and Vocational Counseling. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 7(3). Retrieved from
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