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CONCLUSION

Now it is worth summing up the work done. There is such a profession - PSYCHOLOGIST.

Psychology is designed to explore and comprehend the most valuable and intimate things that a person is endowed with - his soul, a complex, unique and unique inner world. Even Aristotle argued that the doctrine of the soul is the knowledge of the most perfect, the sublime and the amazing. In fact, for science there is no more difficult subject to study than the human psyche. The psychologist is looking for answers to interesting questions about why a person behaves in such a way and not otherwise, why he seeks for one, and another rejects why he is happy or unhappy, how to control himself and be effective in communicating with others.

Psychology can be divided into two main areas - theoretical and practical. However, a real psychologist develops in both directions, that is, it works both as a research psychologist (in science) and as a practice psychologist (helping people). The research psychologist usually works in institutes and laboratories, studying the properties of perception, emotional states, volitional regulation and needs, patterns of thinking and behavior, age characteristics, interpersonal relationships, and so on (more than 100 branches of psychology). Often, a research psychologist works with students - as a teacher of any psychological disciplines. The main task of the research psychologist is to create new knowledge, to discover something new about the inner world of a person and his behavior. A practicing psychologist works in all spheres of personal (inner world, family, relationships with others) and human social life - in education, medicine, sports, business, law, military science, religious practice, art, politics, entertainment and so on. The main task of a practicing psychologist is no longer the discovery of new knowledge about the human soul, but to help a person, relying on the knowledge that already exists in psychology. Depending on the field of activity, psychologists have different specializations. The most actively developing specializations are organizational, clinical, legal psychology and psychology in education. Recently, there are new specializations in psychology, for example, the psychology of extreme situations. Psychologists are in demand in modern society in various fields, and this demand is only increasing every year.

However, in whatever sphere of human, social life a psychologist does not participate, his whole practice can be divided into five types of activity:

1) psychological prevention (promoting the development of psychological culture, the formation of the desire to know oneself and be able to solve difficult situations of communication).

2) psychological diagnostics (identification of individual psychological characteristics, relationships of the individual and the specifics of group interaction).


3) psychological correction (the impact of the psychologist on the inner world of the client in order to reveal his reserves to solve the psychological problem).

4) psychological development (the formation of new psychological qualities, personality traits allowing the client to develop in his chosen direction).

5) psychological counseling (creating conditions for a person to understand himself and significant others, to make decisions about what to do and how to relate to this).

Be a psychologist. It is obvious that a person all his life exploring the nature and properties of the soul, and he himself becomes a very different person. After all, the profession requires a psychologist to be able to do what he teaches. And psychologists are specially trained to control themselves, skillfully listen and understand, quickly delve into the essence of the problem and help find a solution. The psychologist is constantly improving, knows and loves to learn, reads special literature, meets with colleagues, does his own research. A professional psychologist is not an adviser and not a great Teacher, but an assistant who knows how to accept a client as he is and helps to find a solution to a problem or a way out of a difficult situation. The main thing that a psychologist does is when communicating with a client, creates conditions under which a client begins to understand himself, understands himself, discovers and independently makes the right decision. Being a psychologist means loving your profession, constantly discovering new things in yourself and others, helping people to become happier.

After reading this work, you already had some kind of idea about the profession of “psychologist”. I repeat once again as in the introduction, some specific part of the book is possibly subjective, some is perhaps objective, here you can only decide directly. Everything that was convincing for you and all that you liked or didn’t like you can write to the email address: slavia-07@yandex.ru, I would be very grateful if you write a review about my work. And it is more fully possible that your thoughts will be used as a quotation in my professional and creative activities, since I will continue my psychological practice and collect myths and realities that exist and arise in psychology.
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