With contributions by
Brian Kjær Andreasen Lone Lønne Christiansen, Finn Thorbjørn Hansen, Ulla Højmark Jensen, Birte Kaiser, Noemi Katznelson, Mia Lindberg, Anders Lovén, Christian T. Lystbæk, Karen Paaske, Peter Plant, Mette Pless, Rie Thomsen, Helene Valgreen, Gudbjörg Vilhjálmsdóttir and Raino Vuorinen
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About the book
Guidance and counselling cover many different professional and research areas, all in relation to helping people finding directions in life, i.e. ways which are meaningful to each individual and fruitful in relation to the wider society.
This anthology provides an overview of and an insight into Nordic and in particular Danish guidance and counselling issues. The contributions stretch from career guidance over supervision to philosophical counselling, thus depicting the breadth of the Nordic guidance and counselling field.
The authors represent a network of experts within sociology, education, psychology, ethonlogy, informatics and philosophy -. all focused on guidance and counselling.
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