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Rights and obligations of practical psychologists

Consider the rights and obligations that are necessary for the successful implementation by a psychologist of their professional activities.

The psychologist must have the right:

1) to participate in all aspects of the life of the organization, institution, specific client, as well as get acquainted with the content of the documentation necessary for the successful performance of professional duties;

2) participate in the work of qualification commissions, as well as meetings to coordinate projects, charters, laws;

3) independently develop a concept and determine ways to fulfill their professional duties;

4) receive confidential information about the psychological properties, characteristics and conditions of people acting as subjects or clients;

5) conduct social and psychological events with clients;

6) maintain professional relations with various non-departmental organizations and private individuals to solve psychological problems;

7) to develop and give recommendations of a psychological nature to the administration, public authorities and clients who have applied for help;

8) to develop new methods of work of a psychologist and receive copyright on them.
At the same time, the psychologist must:

1) to study the psychological problems of life and activities of clients;

2) to assist in overcoming critical situations, difficulties, actively contribute to the development of personality and the improvement of professional activities of clients;

3) participate in the selection of personnel, their subsequent adaptation and professionalization;

4) organize and conduct counseling, classes on psychological education of clients;

5) to study the socio-psychological processes in the organization;

6) to organize and personally conduct socio-psychological work;

7) constantly improve their professional competence;

8) be guided in their activities by the basic ethical principles of professional psychological work.

Only the general principles of the psychologist’s work, his rights and obligations are described above. When executing a specific order, the main stages of its work, the rights and obligations of the parties may have some specifics and should be specified.
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Rights and obligations of practical psychologists

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