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The concept of "profession psychologist"

In public opinion, the most common idea of ​​a psychologist as a healer of the soul, able to deeply penetrate the thoughts and feelings of people, able to understand their secret plans, help them change their destiny. The subject of the psychologist’s work is not the human psyche, but his state of mind, inner world. The psychologist does not treat, in the literal sense of the word, but helps a person find harmony, both with himself and the people around him.
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The concept of "profession psychologist"

  1. Psychologist profession
    Is psychology a profession? The answer to this question can be given by the consideration of psychological activity from the point of view of the above five aspects. 1. Is there any special area of ​​activity for a psychologist (psychological activity) that distinguishes its representatives from other professions? 2. Is psychological activity socially necessary, socially
  2. Answers to offset. Introduction to the profession of psychologist, 2012
    The concept of "profession psychologist." Practical psychology and its features. Types of professional psychologist. Features of the training of a psychologist in Russia. A complex of professional and psychological knowledge, skills. The implementation of the functions of a professional. dei-ti. Psychologist's activity in education. Psychologist in economics. "Model specialist" psychologist. Psychology in
  3. General idea of ​​the profession “psychologist”
    The choice of a particular psychological profession presupposes a pronounced humanitarian orientation (orientation to a person with his problems), while many other professions also allow for more pragmatic orientations associated with making money, with the production of some goods, with the creation of some objects. But it is psychologists along with representatives of other humanitarian-oriented
  4. Stasenko V.G .. “Profession psychologist in the modern world”, 2010
    Instead of introducing. General idea of ​​the profession "Psychologist". Description of the profession. Where are psychologists in demand today? The area of ​​basic knowledge of a psychologist. Basic professionally important personality traits of a psychologist. Additional features of the profession, as well as the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist and psychotherapist. Why do they enter the specialty "Psychology"? What is the psychologist paid for?
  5. M.E. Litvak. Profession: Psychologist, 1999
    The book aims to help the young man in choosing a profession. It briefly describes the history of the development of psychology as a science, talks about the areas of application of psychology, the prospects for its development, and employment opportunities. In addition, the application contains a program for admission to the Faculty of Psychology and several easy enough to use psychological tests. In her
  6. Karandashev VN. Psychology: Introduction to the profession., 2000
    Book of Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Professor V.N. Karandasheva is the first textbook in Russian literature on the course "Introduction to the Profession" for students enrolled in the specialty "Psychology". It will also be useful to those who want to become a professional psychologist and are going to enter the psychological departments of universities and institutes. The book shows diversity
  7. Scientific profession psychologists
    Scientific psychology is one of the most important areas of activity of professional psychologists. Psychologists working in the field of scientific psychology conduct scientific research on mental phenomena, patterns of mental processes, conditions, properties. A feature of scientific research of the psyche is the objectivity and greater reliability of psychological knowledge. Research aims to find new
  8. Prof. Ethics Psychologist
    In the activities of any professional group, their own standards and rules of professional behavior are developed, which together form professional ethics. The professional activity of a psychologist requires the observance of special principles and rules of ethics. 1. The principle of professional competence. 2. The principle of non-damage to man. 3. The principle of scientific validity and
  9. About professions and professionalism in general and professional psychology in particular
    Let's start with a very important question: how is the choice of a profession fundamentally different from many other life choices? The answer should be based on the fact that labor activity (and, in particular, professional activity) is, first of all, productive activity, when a person doesn’t just “consume” something, “observes”, allows himself to “be charmed” or “charm” (as in many others
  10. “A psychologist is not a person, but a profession”
    The name of this part of the article is the words of S.V. Petrushin, regional representative of the All-Russian Professional Psychotherapeutic League in Tatarstan. In his book, “Psychological Counseling Workshop,” this is the name of one of the chapters, which begins as follows: “One of my friends said:“ Why study as a psychologist? This is just a good person. Here I am,
  11. Additional features of the profession, as well as the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist and psychotherapist
    The nature of the work is mainly indoors, sedentary. A medical contraindication to this profession is: the presence of infectious or mental illness. It is important to understand that a psychologist, unlike a psychotherapist and, especially, a psychiatrist, does not have a medical education and only works with mentally healthy people, carrying out prevention and providing assistance in solving
  12. I.V. Vachkov, I. B. Grinshpun, N. S. Pryazhnikov. Introduction to the profession of "psychologist", 2004
    The proposed study guide in an accessible form gives an idea of ​​psychology as a science, sets out the key points of professional activity of a psychologist-researcher and a psychologist-practitioner, discusses the basics of organizing the work of psychologists in collaboration with related specialists, examines the issues of professional development of a student psychologist and improvement
  13. Psychology as a profession
    Psychology as
  14. "Psychology as a profession"
    "Psychology as
  15. GENERAL REPRESENTATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST
    GENERAL REPRESENTATION OF THE PROFESSION
  16. MYTHS AND REALITY SURROUNDING THE PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST
    Myths and Reality Surrounding Profession
  17. Features of the personality of a practical psychologist as a consequence of the specifics of his profession
    In the modern psychology of professional activity, an existential paradigm prevails: in contrast to the narrow-technical orientation that has prevailed since the mid-20th century and aimed at professional orientation, testing existing PVCs, selection and selection of personnel, it is generally accepted today that professional development is not a certain stage in development
  18. Problems of interaction of a psychologist with representatives of related professions
    Problems of interaction of a psychologist with representatives of related
  19. THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL BACKGROUND OF OWNERSHIP OF THE PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST
    THEORETICAL AND METHODICAL BACKGROUND OF PROFESSIONAL OWNERSHIP
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