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Location of the psychologist's office

For the office of a practical psychologist, a room or a separate class should be allocated, an area of ​​at least 25-30 sq.m. so that at the same time 10-12 people could be in it, work with which should take place in comfortable conditions.

It is advisable to arrange the psychologist’s office in an accessible, convenient place so that it can be easily found. It is advisable to determine the room on the ground floor of the building as an office - this will provide an opportunity to quickly contact a psychologist, as well as allow visitors to avoid unnecessary contacts and, if necessary, keep the meeting confidential.

The psychologist’s office should be geographically isolated. It cannot be a passage or adjacent room (for example, be combined with a teacher’s room, head teacher’s office, etc.).
If possible, the cabinet should be placed away from the medical and administrative rooms.

Adequate sound insulation is also important. It should be borne in mind that, for example, the proximity of music or sports halls will create an increased level of noise, and this can interfere with work. During classes on the front door you need to hang out a warning of silence.

Temperature condition. The room should be warm and at the same time well ventilated. It is advisable to have installations for humidification and ionization of the air (due to its increased dryness in winter) and for air conditioning. The optimum temperature is from 20 to 22 ° C.
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Location of the psychologist's office

  1. Abstract. Requirements for the design of the psychologist’s office, 2010
    Introduction Objectives and tasks of the office Location of the office of the psychologist Organization of space in the office of the psychologist Organization of the workspace Design of the office Conclusion List
  2. Organization of space in the psychologist’s office
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