Amundson, N.E. (1998; 2003; 2009). Active engagement: The being and doing of career counselling. Edition Three. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications. (Translated into Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Estonian and Dutch – Winner of a CCPA award for best counselling book in Canada)
Niles, S.G., Amundson, N.E. & Neault, R.A. (2011). Career flow: A hope-centered approach to career development. Columbus, Ohio: Pearson.
Poehnell, G. & Amundson, N. (2011). Hope-filled engagement. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications.
Amundson, N.E. (2010). Metaphor making: Your career, your life, your way. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications. (Translated into Chinese)
Amundson, N.E., Harris-Bowlsbey, J. & Niles, S. (2009). Essential elements of career counseling. Edition Two. Columbus, Ohio: Pearson. (Translated into Greek and Korean)
Amundson, N.E. (2003). Physics of living. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications. (Translated into Danish)
Amundson, N.E., Borgen, W.A., Jordan, S. & Erlebach, Anne (2004). Survivors of downsizing: Helpful and hindering experiences. The Career Development Quarterly, 52, 256-271. (Winner of the NCDA Best Research Article Award)
Hermeneutic narrative/contructivism and solution focused
a. Working on a SSHRC funded project with W. Borgen and L. Butterfield.
b. Working on aboriginal career development (with R. McCormick and G. Poehnell)
c. Working on an international counseling book with S. Niles and T. Hohensill (to be published by the American Counseling Association)
Career development at the Masters level (CNPS 574) Program evaluation (CNPS 584) Practicum (CNPS 598)