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Battered Women: A Developmental Life-Career Counseling Perspective.
F. Ibrahim, Edwin L. Herr
Published 1987 · Psychology
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The authors describe a career counseling strategy based on specific psychosocial characteristics of battered women. The approach is developmental in nature, focusing on the client's self-concept. A group format based on a pilot intervention is proposed to assist battered women in developing appropriate life and career decision-making skills.
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