Niles co-authors new book on career development

Spencer G. Niles, professor of counselor education at Penn State, is co-author of a newly released book titled “Career Flow: A Hope-Centered Approach to Career Development.” Co-authors are Norman E. Amundson, faculty member at the University of British Columbia, and Roberta A. Neault, a highly recognized consultant.

“We wrote this book for the benefit of students who are enrolled in postsecondary education and adults who seek more effective ways to engage in career planning and decision making,” said Niles.

Published by Pearson, “Career Flow” draws upon research in the areas of positive psychology and social learning theory and presents an innovative perspective for conceptualizing the challenges that people experience in their career development. It also addresses the importance of identifying hope-centered strategies for effective career self-management.

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Last Updated September 16, 2010