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The main ethical problems and the “temptations” of practical psychology

(according to I.V. Vachkov, I. B. Grinshpun, N.S. Pryazhnikov)





The following specific problems and “temptations” can be distinguished in the practical activities of a psychologist, in his relationships with clients, colleagues and administrators:

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The main ethical problems and the “temptations” of practical psychology

  1. main ethical contradictions and problems
    - Between a person’s right to self-determination and his unpreparedness for this, which creates an “excellent” basis for justifying manipulation by a psychologist. -Between the interests of society and a specific person (specific people). -Between the worldview of a psychologist and a specific client person. For example, does a psychologist have the right to indicate his worldview position in work? What should be
  2. Ethical problems in the research activities of a psychologist
    (according to I.V. Vachkov, I. B. Grinshpun, N. S. Pryazhnikov) The following main problems that arise during the psychologist conducting various studies, when he publishes scientific texts, when interacting with his colleagues and various “authorities” of the psychological
  3. Basic ethical principles in the work of a psychologist
    Ethical principles are value judgments that allow you to regulate and control the activities of specialists in various fields. The ethical principles of a psychologist are described in the ethical code of a psychologist and are mandatory for all practicing psychologists. The general principles of professional ethics, based on universal moral standards, imply the following: - higher
  4. The main options and levels of consideration of ethical problems in psychology
    (according to I.V. Vachkov, I. B. Grinshpun, N. S. Pryazhnikov) Such concepts as “law”, “morality” and “morality” should be divided. • Law - these are fixed norms of behavior, for violation of which a person bears a strictly established responsibility (in this case, good law should always reflect existing social norms and correspond to the general level of development of a given society).
  5. The problem of practical intelligence in animal psychology and child psychology
    At the very beginning of the development of child psychology as a special branch of psychological research, K. Stumpf tried to describe the nature of a new scientific field, comparing it with botany. K. Linnaeus, he said, as you know, called botany a pleasant science. This is not very suitable for modern botany ... If any science deserves a pleasant name, then this is precisely the psychology of childhood, the science of
  6. Code of Ethics (ethical standards) of a counseling psychologist
    1. General rules 1.1. Boundaries of competence (a) Consulting psychologists are engaged in professional activities only within the boundaries of their competence, which is determined by education, advanced training forms and relevant professional experience. (c) Consulting psychologists carry out professional activities in new areas or use new techniques only after
  7. Problems of self-help in the activities of practical psychologists
    Since psychology itself is one of the areas of professional activity, a natural question arises: who will help psychologists themselves to optimize their work? It would be easiest to say that this should be done by the methodology of psychology, since the essence of the methodology is precisely reflection (comprehension of one’s own activity). Note that in every science (and in every
  8. The main activities of a practical psychologist
    Social order and tasks that a practical psychologist faces when working with a client A social order for a practical psychologist's work is formed in society, or rather, in some part of it, which has recognized the need for professional assistance to overcome difficulties. The first to realize the importance and necessity of a special type of psychologist's activity - practical - are representatives
  9. The main areas of activity of practical psychologists
    Currently, the most developed service in Russia is the practical psychology of education. However, a practicing psychologist can work in other areas of the human
  10. The main activities of practical psychologists
    The main activities in practical psychology are psychological assessment, psychological counseling, psychological education, corrective and developmental work. Psychological assessment as a separate specialization of practical psychologists in our country has not yet developed. The relevant professional specialization could be referred to as:
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