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Professional ethics of a practical psychologist

Practical ethics is an integral part of any professional d-ti, involving the impact on the psyche of another person. It is legalized in various forms: legal laws, job descriptions, codes of ethics for professions, etc.

A code of ethics is a set of moral rules of conduct, on the basis of which d-t and relationships of people in one or another sphere of their communication are built. It is built on the norms of morality, not law, which means that its violation does not lead to legal liability.

The code of ethics is introduced into the work of the psychological service and the management of the two practical ps-gs included in its structures because far from all the problems faced by ps-g in education can have an unambiguous and accurate legal decision, be painted and presented in the form of legal norms.

All moral standards included in the ethical code of a professional psychologist can be divided into areas of activity in which they are implemented. This is the position from which the practical psychologist proceeds when discussing issues affecting the interests of people; the actions of a psychologist in cases where these interests are violated by someone; the psychologist’s actions when he himself is not able to fully help the child or is forced to put into practice not fully tested and approved methods; the relationship between the ps-gom, parents and children in situations relating to the disclosure of data from psychodiagic examinations; and ps-ha actions in situations where the fate of the child is decided.

EXAMPLE PSYCHOLOGICAL CODE OF ETHICS

1. Professional d-ps ps in the education system is characterized by responsibility to children.

4. Only a special commission consisting of highly qualified ps-gov and endowed with the appropriate authority is entitled to cancel the decision of the psychologist.

5. In working with children, ps-g is guided by the principles of honesty and sincerity.

6.
In order to be able to help children, ps-g itself needs trust and appropriate rights. He, in turn, bears a personal responsibility for the correct use of the rights given to him.

8. Ps-g builds its work on the basis of unconditional respect for the dignity and integrity of the personality of the child, respects and actively protects the fundamental human rights defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

9. Ps-g acts as one of the main defenders of the interests of the child before society, by all people.

10. Ps-g should be careful and prudent in choosing psychodiagnostic and psychocorrh methods, as well as in its conclusions and recommendations.

12. Ps-g is obliged to inform those to whom he is subordinate, as well as his professional associations, about violations of rights noticed by him by others, about cases of inhuman treatment of children.

13. Ps-og must oppose any political, ideological, social, economic and other influences that could lead to a violation of the rights of the child.

The line where the questions of professional and practical ethics come together is the implementation of professional duty. The latter requires action from ps-g, practical ethics determines the depth of impact on another person, and the profession dictates the adoption of restrictions on one’s own actions: “As a ps-g, I must decide to provide assistance, but I see (I understand, I know) what this I cannot help a person, because he will not accept my help, I must refuse to work with him, because I do not have the necessary professional means for this. ”

A pronounced orientation to the value of another person in the professional activity of a psychologist suggests an adequate perception by him of his capabilities as a measure of influence on this person, based on a sense of professional duty and responsibility for his actions.
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