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M.S. California State University, Northridge 2012.
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The Career program is created to assist professional career counselors in helping women who were victims of domestic violence transition to the workplace. It does so by providing them with resources and skills needed to make their career transition. Battered woman have many challenges ahead of them as they walk away from their abusive relationship out into a new world. The goal of this project is to identify specific needs and problems related to battered women. This program presents a series of counseling sessions that will assist the participants throughout their career exploration process. The purpose of this project is to highlight some of the characteristics and problems that the target population encountered and provide guidelines and training for those who want to further gain their independence and pursue their career goals.
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