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In order to meet the demands of today's rehabilitation counseling practice environments effectively, rehabilitation counselors must be well prepared in traditional, as well as emerging, knowledge areas. The purpose of this study was to determine the training needs of certified rehabilitation...
The postinjury return-to-work (RTW) status of 502 injured workers in Montana who were referred for vocational rehabilitation services between 1984 and 1991 was examined to determine which variables improved the capacity to predict RTW outcomes after injury. Predictor variables included age,...
The purpose of this investigation was to examine the dimensions underlying consumer satisfaction with vocational rehabilitation services. Participants were 223 consumers who received services from a state rehabilitation agency in a midwestern state. Data were gathered via mail survey through...
Dysfunctional career thoughts can have a negative impact on the career decision-making process and an individual's career and vocational development. Individuals with disabilities may be particularly vulnerable to dysfunctional career thoughts because limited access to the labor market provides...
The practice of rehabilitation counselors has been affected by significant changes in rehabilitation counseling practice settings and service delivery systems, evolving federal legislative mandates, and the licensure movement in the field of counseling. The purpose of this study was to identify...
This article is based on the keynote address that initiated the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association symposium on psychosocial aspects of rehabilitation, which was held at the American Counseling Association annual conference on March 24, 2002, in New Orleans. It lays philosophical...
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