Title

The relationship between psychological distress and career thoughts

Abstract

Dysfunctional career thoughts have been associated with a variety of psychological distress. The current study investigates the relationship between dysfunctional career thoughts and psychological distress for individuals with disabilities. The results support the relationship between dysfunctional career thoughts and psychological distress for those persons experiencing higher levels of commitment anxiety and external conflict but not for those experiencing decision-making confusion. Implications for rehabilitation counselors are discussed.

Publication Title

Journal of Rehabilitation

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