This article presents five single case-studies, concerning the implementation of a psychological intervention program, designed to support granted doctoral students to plan their next career goals and to deal with transition to the labor-market issues. We present and discuss the results of the assessment of the counseling process through the use of the Client Reaction System (CRS) (HILL; SPIEGEL; TICHENOR, 1988; GAS, adapt. by TAVEIRA, 2003), and also of the impact of the intervention in the career exploration process and in the definition of valued career goals by the participants, as assessed by the Career Exploration Survey (CES) (STUMPF; COLARELLI; HARTMAN, 1983; EEV, adapt. by TAVEIRA, 1997) and by the Adult Career Concerns Inventory (ACCI) (SUPER; THOMPSON; LINDEMAN, 1985; IPC, adapt. by DUARTE, 1997), respectively. Main implications of the study results for career counseling research and practice are discussed.
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RevistaArquivos Brasileiros de Psicologia
Estado da publicaçãoPublicado - 2008