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Jeff: Career Decision and Counseling Plans
Jeff: Career decision and counseling plans

Jeff, a seventeen-year-old white adolescent, began seeing his school counselor to discuss a conflict he was having over his career decisions. The issues Jeff hoped to address in counseling were directly associated with the tensions that he experienced living with parents of different religious traditions: His mother was Jewish and his father was a Christian Protestant. The most pressing issue on his mind was to decide what he wanted to do after he graduated from high school. Although this issue is not an unusual concern for a high-school senior, the decision created for him extreme tension and dominated his daily thoughts. Family tensions came to a head whenever he discussed his plans for the ...

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