INTRODUCTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST
| Test || Functions of a psychologist, psychotherapist, psychiatrist || 2011 |
Discipline - Introduction to the profession Psychiatrist - personal qualities, responsibilities. Psychologist - duties, personal qualities, social functions, the functions of a school psychologist. The psychotherapist is psychotherapy. Summary in the form of a comparison table.
| Cheat sheets || Introduction to the profession || 2011 |
The essence of psychological assistance to humans. The problem of the subject and method of psychology. The main directions of psychology. The concept of "Practical Psychological Technique." Various reasons for the classification of methods of practical psychology. The problem of assessing the effectiveness of psychological assistance. Natural and humanitarian paradigms in psychology. The goals and objectives of psychological assistance. The problem of activation and self-activation of psychological assistance clients. The main strategies for psychological assistance. The problem is the model of the specialist "psychologist." The problem of the development and self-development of a psychologist in professional activities. The problem of the meaning of professional activity of a psychologist. Types and levels of professional and personal self-determination of a psychologist. Psychologist as a possible "mediator" between man and culture. The main ethical contradictions and problems in the work of a psychologist. The main ethical benchmark of a psychologist-practitioner. Basic requirements for a value-based practical methodology. Basic organizational principles of the psychologist. Psychologist status in various organizations. Fundamentals of the organization of interaction of the psychologist with related specialists and "customers". Various organizational schemes to help people and work with specific clients. General idea of the profession “psychologist”. Psychology as a professional activity. The history of the formation of the psychological profession. Psychology as a research activity. Psychology as an applied and practical direction. General idea of personality development in the profession. The problem of development and self-development of a professional psychologist. Ethical problems of professional self-determination of a psychologist. Professional development of the personality of a student psychologist. Student psychologist as a subject of educational and professional activities. Psychology as a special pedagogical practice. Ways of professional development of a psychologist.
| 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? What does “good or competent” and “bad or illiterate” psychologist mean? Code of Ethics (ethical standards) of a counseling psychologist. What recommendations should be given to a psychologist to potential clients when choosing a family or individual psychologist? Myths and reality surrounding the profession of a psychologist. Myths and psychological realities. Myths about psychologists. Myths about psychoanalysis. Myths about NLP (neuro-linguistic programming). Myths about hypnosis. Myths about training. Myths about listening while you work. Myths about psychological counseling in the Internet. Myths about stress, suicide, violence, loss of family (divorce).
| abstract || Requirements for the design of the psychologist's office || 2010 |
| Introduction Goals and objectives 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 References |
| abstract || Professionally determined personality psychologist destruction || 2010 |
| Discipline - Psychological conditions for the success of the professional activity of a psychologist. Professionally determined destruction of the personality of a psychologist. Training exercises and psychotechnics in the development of professionally important qualities (PVC) of a psychologist: the ability to plan the future. |
| abstract || Ethical principles in the work of a psychologist || 2010 |
| Introduction Ethical principles of psychologist. The principle of confidentiality. The principle of competence. The principle of no harm. Principle of respect. The principle of objectivity. The principle of responsibility. The principle of ethical and legal competence. The principle of qualified propaganda of psychology. The principle of customer well-being. The principle of professional cooperation. The principle of informing the client about the goals and results of the survey. The principle of the moral-positive effect of professional actions of a psychologist. Conclusion List of references. |
| A.N. Zankovsky || Introduction to the profession || 2009 |
| Content. Psychology as a scientific discipline. The world of psychological knowledge. Everyday psychology. Scientific psychology. Practical psychology. The history of the formation of psychology as a science. Psychological knowledge in antiquity and the Middle Ages. Psychological knowledge in the XV - XIX centuries. The formation of psychology as a separate science. The history of psychology of the XX century. Prominent Russian psychologists and their contribution to world psychological science. Branches of psychology, related disciplines and its place in the system of sciences. Branches of scientific psychology. The connection of psychology with other sciences and its place in the system of sciences. Modern tasks and trends in the development of psychology. Professional activity of a psychologist. Psychologists as a professional community. The psychological profession. Scientific research as a type of activity of psychologists. Practical psychological work as a type of activity of psychologists. Training in psychological knowledge as an activity of psychologists. Professional community of psychologists. Areas of activity of a psychologist. Psychologist in education Psychologist in the legal field Psychologist in the field of social relations Consultant psychologist Psychologist in the medical field Psychologist in sports Psychologist in the organization. Ethical, professional and personal qualities of a psychologist. Ethics of professional activity of a psychologist. Professional qualities of a psychologist. Personal qualities of a psychologist. The specifics of educational and vocational training of psychologists Training of professional psychologists abroad. Training of professional psychologists in Russia. |
| Lezhnina L.V. || Readiness of a psychologist of education For professional activities: stages, Mechanisms, formation technologies || 2009 |
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doctors of psychological sciences
Specialty: 19.00.07 - educational psychology.
| Warren mansell || You are a subtle psychologist. How to convince others || 2008 |
| The author of this book is not only a great joker, but also an excellent adviser. He will teach you how to convince others that you are a subtle psychologist. In order to learn confidently, talk about modern concepts of psychology and impress your interlocutors with your knowledge of the true causes of any act or opinion, you do not have to study thick volumes of the classics of psychology. It is enough to learn the basic principles of conducting a conversation about modern psychology, to learn a few keywords and expressions and have a good sense of humor. Since in almost all areas of psychology and even in terminology there are insoluble contradictions, you can splurge even experienced psychologists. |
The book is intended for everyone who likes to impress others with their knowledge.
| Educational standard RB || Psychologist. Psychology teacher || 2008 |
| Content. Application area. Normative references. Key terms and definitions. General Provisions Qualification characteristic of a specialist. Requirements for the level of training of the graduate. Requirements for the educational program. The composition of the educational program. Requirements for the development of an educational program. Requirements for the timing of the implementation of the educational program. Sample curriculum. Requirements for the mandatory minimum content of curricula and competencies in the disciplines. Requirements for the content and organization of practices. Requirements for ensuring the quality of the educational process. Requirements for the final state certification of the graduate. Bibliography. |
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