The use of occupational images in counselor supervision
Counselor supervision occurs during a critical stage when counselors-in-training (CITs) are actively developing their career self-concept as they adapt to professional life and responsibilities. This article provides an application of a narrative approach for supervisors helping CITs understand how their personal occupational images interplay with adjusting to the work environment. With this understanding, CITs are able to identify aspects of the professional career image that they want to develop and portray in their pursuit of a career in counseling. © 2013 by the American Counseling Association. All rights reserved.
Counselor Education and Supervision
Stoltz, K., Barclay, S., Reysen, R., & Degges, S. (2013). The use of occupational images in counselor supervision. Counselor Education and Supervision. Retrieved from https://ir.una.edu/counsel_ed_facpub/20