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CAREER GUIDANCE

  • COPSystem VIA

    The COPSystem VIA consists of three assessments that measure Values (COPES), Interests (COPS), Abilities (CAPS) and also provides a link to the Career Briefs Database.

  • Values (COPES)

    The Values portion of the COPSystem VIA is the perfect tool for aligning an examinees' values to careers.

  • Interests (COPS)

    The Interest inventory of the COPSystem VIA helps determine which career is the most appealing based on likes and dislikes.

  • Abilities (CAPS)

    The Abilities component of the COPSystem VIA is a comprehensive battery that measures strengths and matches examinees to jobs that capitalize on those abilities.

  • Career Briefs Database

    A comprehensive database of over 1,300 jobs keyed to the COPSystem VIA Clusters with links to O*Net and Indeed.com.

  • COPS II

    A comprehensive interest inventory for elementary, middle school, and high school students who have difficulty reading or low motivation levels.

  • COPS PIC

    An interest inventory illustrating a variety of occupational activities, using realistic pictures of people in job related roles to help assess interests for non-readers.

  • COPS P

    Measures interests for individuals at the college level select a college major or professionals interested in career change.

BOOKS

  • Job Handbook

    Written to help job seekers secure their first job and be successful employees. This book covers topics from learning how to fill out a job application, to answering the toughest interview questions.

  • Applied Vocational Math Series

    Each book in the series presents problems in terms of one particular occupation and addresses the fundamentals commonly found in math texts used for the 6th-10th grades.

MOOD SURVEYS

PERSONALITY

  • Comrey Personality Scale (CPS)

    A comprehensive, multidimensional personality assessment used for educational and career planning. Includes scales that closely align with the Big Five personality test and additional personality traits.

  • Eysenck Personality Questionnaire - Revised (EPQ-R)

    Measures three major dimensions of personality which are Extraversion/Introversion, Neuroticism, and Psychoticism or Tough-mindedness.

  • Junior Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (JEPQ)

    Measures the three major dimensions of personality which are Extraversion-Introversion, Neuroticism, and Tough-mindedness in children aged 7-17.

  • Personal Orientation Inventory (POI)

    Measures the attitudes and values of normal to high-functioning adults in terms of the concept of "self-actualization" providing a picture of an individual’s level of positive mental health.

MARRIAGE and FAMILY THERAPY

  • Pair Attraction Inventory (PAI)

    Measures factors contributing to mate and friend selection in male/female pairs. The PAI may be used as a stand-alone instrument or as part of the Actualizing Assessment Battery (AAB).

  • Caring Relationship Inventory (CRI)

    Measures the essential elements of caring (or love) in heterosexual relationships based on studies of successfully married couples, troubled couples in therapy, and divorced couples.

DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS

  • Dimensions of Self-Concept (DOSC)

    A self-report survey for measuring non-cognitive factors that are associated with self-esteem or self-concept in the school setting.

  • Dimensions of Self-Concept for Workers (DOSC-W)

    A self-report survey for measuring non-cognitive factors that are associated with self-esteem or self-concept for adult workers.

  • Study Attitudes and Methods Survey (SAMS)

    This survey explores a students' motivation, study habits, and attitudes toward school—helpful in determining non-academic obstacles to school success. A valuable preparation exercise for college entrance as well as a counseling tool at the high school level.