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School Psychologist Functions

School counseling psychologist

Advises:

• students on the optimization of the learning process, jointly analyzing learning activities;

• parents with the aim of assisting children in organizing training sessions and providing the necessary conditions for their psychological comfort in the learning process;

• Network teachers on ways and methods of creating a success situation for students.

Makes recommendations:

• for network teachers in conducting the educational process, taking into account the individual characteristics of students;

• for a teacher-curator to organize interaction with students.

The profession of a psychologist is very relevant and in demand. Salary depends on the place of work and duties of a psychologist. Private practice is more highly paid, where earnings also depend on the number of clients and consultations.
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School Psychologist Functions

  1. School psychologist
    The post of psychologist and teacher appeared in secondary schools about 10 years ago, but now this is already a common occurrence. Some schools have established psychological services where several psychologists work. Let us get acquainted more closely with the peculiarities of the activity under discussion by the example of the experience of a psychologist - Marina Mikhailovna Kravtsova, a graduate of the Department of Psychology of Moscow State University, specializing in
  2. Psychology of a child of primary school age
    Borders of age - from 7 to 11-12 years. The leading activity in preschool age is educational activity. Psychological neoplasms of age - the arbitrariness of mental processes, an internal plan of action, reflection. Features of the development of the motor sphere: maintaining the need for motor activity (it acquires a pixel development), in boys its volume reaches 18.5
  3. Gender approach in the practice of a school psychologist
    Gender approach in school practice
  4. Test. Functions of a psychologist, psychotherapist, psychiatrist, 2011
    Discipline - Introduction to the profession Psychiatrist - personal qualities, responsibilities. Psychologist - duties, personal qualities, social functions, the functions of a school psychologist. The psychotherapist is psychotherapy. CV as
  5. Professional fears - indicators of the regulatory crisis of the professional formation of the personality of a school psychologist
    In domestic and foreign studies, the problem of crises in the professional formation of an individual is closely connected with the age periodization of human life. The boundaries of adulthood are differently determined by various researchers. CE Pinyaev and N.V. Andreev believes that such a variety in determining the boundaries of the period under consideration can be explained by the action of temporary, economic, social and
  6. Social functions of a psychologist
    1. By his professional activity, the psychologist must affirm the authority of his science. 2. The psychologist must suppress any professional or unprofessional actions that could lead to the coverage of psychology in an unfavorable light both socially and professionally, and reject unreasonable or excessive demands on it. 3. The psychologist should not allow binding
  7. Tasks and functions of a psychologist in the field of economics
    The following are the main areas of professional psychological work in the field of economics: 1) study of the conditions and factors of positive motivation for work and profession, optimization of labor relations in working groups, teams, the formation of a favorable socio-psychological climate in the team, the formation of work teams; 2) the study of human perception of incentives and
  8. Military psychology as a branch of modern psychological science, its structure and functions
    Military psychology is one of the independent applied branches of modern psychological science. Like any other branch of psychology, it has its own subject and object of study, its own tasks and structure. It should be noted that despite the fairly long period of existence of this branch of psychological science, there is no generally accepted definition of military psychology. Therefore further,
  9. Functions, duties and work order of the psychologist of the regiment at various stages of hostilities
    The role and place of a psychologist in a combat situation is determined by the functions performed by him, the system of interaction with officials, the stages and sequence of the implementation of their duties. The psychologist’s system of work is built on the basis of his clear realization that the complex of measures for psychological support of the regiment’s military operations is not reduced to solving occasionally arising tasks, but
  10. Brain functions and possible violations of these functions
    Higher brain functions include speech, gnosis and praxis. The speech function is closely related to the functions of writing and reading. Several analyzers, such as visual, auditory, motor, and kinesthetic, take part in their implementation. For the correct performance of the function of speech, it is necessary to preserve the innervation of the muscles, primarily the tongue, larynx, soft palate. Also significant
  11. Assessment of ventricular function of the heart systolic function
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  12. PSYCHOLOGICAL READINESS FOR SCHOOL EDUCATION
    The crisis of 7 years serves as a transitional period and, as it were, separates the primary school age from the preschool childhood. Nevertheless, now many children go to school and are included in educational activities not from 7, but from 6 years old. In this regard, many questions arise that require special discussion. Is it useful to be included in schooling at the age of 6, and what kind of education should it be? Are all children
  13. Theme VIII. SCHOOL HYGIENE
    The hygiene of children and adolescents is a branch of general hygiene, the task of which is to protect, promote health and improve the physical development of the younger generation (up to 18 years). In accordance with the biological scheme of age periodization, teachers and hygienists distinguish the following periods in the ontogenesis of children: - infancy - up to 1 year; - middle school age - pre-school age -
  14. YOUNGER SCHOOL AGE
    Younger school age is called the peak of childhood [9. S. 251]. In the modern periodization of mental development, it covers the period from 6-7 to 9-11 years. At this age, there is a change in lifestyle and lifestyle: new requirements, a new social role of the student, a fundamentally new type of activity - educational activity. At school, he acquires not only new knowledge and skills, but also a certain
  15. YOUNGER SCHOOL AGE (FROM 7 TO 11 YEARS)
    The initial period of school life occupies an age range from 6-7 to 10-11 years (I-IV classes of the school). Younger school age is called the peak of childhood. The child retains many children's qualities - frivolity, naivety, a look at the adult from the bottom up. But he is already beginning to lose his childish immediacy in behavior, he has a different logic of thinking. Teaching for him is significant
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