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On the problem of training counseling psychologists

Yu.G. Ovchinnikova
80,00 Р

 

Ph.D., associated professor, Faculty of Psychology
National Research University Higher School of Economics
 
The article is devoted to peculiarities of training of counseling psychologists and psychotherapists in a higher educational institution. Methods of training are questioned because they lack teaching professional reflection and self-analysis by counceling psychologists & psychotherapeutists. The author suggests a possible way to solve that problem.
Key words: training of counceling psychologists, psychological counseling, psychotherapy, self-analysis, reflection.
 
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