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Provide a brief description of the two assessment instruments you selected, followed by why you think they would be most useful in your situation. Include in your post the strengths of the assessments. Then explain why you believe it is important to be aware of the issues involved in testing special populations.

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Hi There,

In this particular task, you are being asked to talk about 2 assessment instruments that you can use in career counseling. I suggest this simple outline:

1. About your work & the instruments you need - 100 words
2. Assessment 1 - strengths and relevance - 100 words
3. Assessment 2 - strengths and relevance - 100 words
4. Testing population issues - 100 words

AE 105878/Xenia Jones

On Career Counseling & Assessment Instruments

My line of specialization is career counseling. I have been interested in this line of career because of the impact it has on society today. We live lives dependent upon our professional capacities as our work provides us with economic security and due to our roles and social network - contribute to our sense of self and identities. I believe that career counseling is an essential practice in that it provides support and advice to clients in their career and workplace issues, in sometimes quite complex situations on a number of issues including exploring careers, changing careers, personal professional career development, career planning, career outcome disappointment and other related problems/challenges. In ...

Solution Summary

The solution provides information, assistance and advice in tackling the task (see above) on the topic of career assessment instruments. Strong Interest Inventory or SII and Systematic Reflection on Experience or SRE is discussed as well as population testing issues. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic.