Focuses on the historic and evolving areas in counseling psychology, including coverage of the new and emerging areas of practice settings, populations, and perspectives as well as applications and policy implications of the major areas of theory and research. Includes 22 chapters in five major sections: Work and Education, Community and Family, Health, Social Justice, and New Directions: Settings and Populations. Volume 1 includes traditional areas of counseling psychology.

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